Disposable definition

Disposable means and article intended by the manufacturers to be used once and then thrown away.
Disposable means an article intended by the manufacturer to be used once and then thrown away.
Disposable means designed to be discarded after a single or limited number of uses and not designed or manufactured for long-term multiple reuse.

Examples of Disposable in a sentence

  • Disposable endotracheal tubes, a minimum of two (2) each, sterile packaged, in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 millimeters inside diameter.

  • Disposable retired pay is defined by the USFSPA as gross retired pay minus authorized deductions.

  • Disposable parts should be disposed of properly in an environmentally compliant manner.

  • Disposable items shall be kept in a closed container in the isolation area until thrown away.

  • Disposable items, such as sample tubing, gloves, protective overalls (e.g., Tyvek®), paper towels, etc., will be placed in plastic bags after use and deposited in trash receptacles for disposal.


More Definitions of Disposable

Disposable means items designed to be used once or a limited number of times and then discarded, whether the item is non-recyclable, Recyclable or Compostable.
Disposable means the proprietary disposable cryoablation probe and accessories, developed, manufactured and sold by Supplier, the specifications of which are set forth in Exhibit A hereto.
Disposable means designed to be discarded after a single or limited number of uses, not manufactured for long-term multiple reuse, and/or is not reusable as defined herein.
Disposable means designed for single-use then discarded, and not designed or manufactured to be washed and sanitized or to be used repeatedly over an extended period of time.
Disposable income means ‘the total income of a household (after tax and other deductions) available for spending or saving’.35 The incomes are ‘equivalised’ by giving different weightings to each member of the household (eg the first adult has a weighting of 1.0, other adult members have a weighting of 0.5 and children aged under 14 have a weighting of 0.3).36