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recyclable 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/rēˈsīk(ə)ləbəl/,
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Able to be recycled,
  1. Able to be recycled

Noun
  1. A substance or object that can be recycled


  1. reclaimable: capable of being used again
  2. (recycle) cause to repeat a cycle
  3. (recycle) use again after processing; "We must recycle the cardboard boxes"
  4. (recycling) the act of processing used or abandoned materials for use in creating new products
  5. Recycling involves processing used materials (waste) into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful materials, reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, reduce energy usage, reduce air pollution (from incineration) and water pollution (from landfilling) by reducing the need for " ...
  6. ReCycle is a music loop editor designed and developed by Swedish software developers Propellerhead Software. It runs on Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh based PCs. The software debuted in 1994.
  7. An object that can be recycled, such as a soda can; Able to be recycled
  8. (recycle) To break down and reuse component materials; To reuse as a whole; To collect or place in a bin for recycling; To be recycled
  9. (recycling) The practice of sorting and collecting waste materials for new use; Those materials culled for recycling
  10. (Recyclables) Any materials that will be used or reused, or prepared for use or reuse, as an ingredient in an industrial process to make a product, or as an effective substitute for a commercial product. ...
  11. Recyclables are items that are sent to factories, melted down and made into new products. Recyclables should not be put into the garbage. An example of a recyclable item is a pop can. The aluminum from the pop cans is melted down and used to make new cans.
  12. (Recyclability) The ability for a metal such as auto aluminum to be completely reused for future use
  13. (Recyclability) The only obstacle to the recyclability of fine paper are certain finishes, such as UV lacquering, laminating, plastic coating, pulp dyeing, self-adhesive glues, scratch finishes, plastic windows in envelopes and flexographic printing.
  14. (Recycle) The use of water or wastewater within (internally) a facility before it is discharged to a treatment system.
  15. (recycle) Systems which may be run by private enterprise or local government to gather recyclable materials and remake them into similar or dissimilar products for market. Common examples are newspapers, glass, plastic, steel, and aluminum.
  16. (Recycle) Minimizing waste generation by recovering and reprocessing waste into usable products that might otherwise become waste (e.g., recycling of aluminum cans, paper, and bottles, etc.).
  17. (Recycle) waste that cannot be reused, using discarded material as raw material for producing new products. Complete recycling consists of three major components: segregating and collecting materials, using the material as raw material to make new products, and purchasing the recycled products.
  18. (recycle) to restore waste or spent material to a reusable condition.
  19. ("Recycle") means to use, reuse or reclaim a material (Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) 3745-50-10). Recycling does not include incineration, burning waste as fuel, or other treatment.
  20. (1. Recycle) We recycle everything that is recycable. From cardboard boxes, plastic wraping, anything plastic, styrofoam, wood pallets, scrap metal, scrap iron, paper, magazines, books, anything recycable we will recycle it. No matter how big or small it is we recycle everything. ...
  21. (66. RECYCLE) Starting formation -ocean wave only. The ends of the wave cross fold as the centers of the wave fold in behind the ends and follow them around, then face in to end as two facing couples.
  22. (RECYCLE) The process of extracting resources or value from waste by recovering or reusing the material. This may include the collection and reuse of everyday waste materials.
  23. (RECYCLE) The reversing of a door's travel, prior to reaching its full closed position.
  24. (RECYCLE) is the ability to capture, reprocess and reuse a primary material in a productive manner after its first use has been completed.
  25. (RECYCLE) to send a trainee through a second training course or program after a review of the reasons for his unsatisfactory or substandard performance (eg: illness/injury, skill deficiency) as long as the student is willing; may also refer to the recycled trainee himself. ...