revocable

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Borrowed from Middle French révocable, from Old French revocable, from Latin revocabilis; equivalent to revoke +‎ -able.

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revocable (not comparable)

  1. Having the ability of being revoked; capable of being revoked.
    Your promotion to manager is revocable if you do something wrong.

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revocable (plural revocables)

  1. revocable

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