Retractable

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Retractable

Capable of being hidden, as in parts of an animal`s body.
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retractable

[Adjective] Something that can be taken in or withdrawn.
Example: My retractable washing line can be hidden away when I have visitors.
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retractable

[adj] - capable of being retracted
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Retractable

Re·tract'a·ble (-ȧ*b'l) adjective [ Confer French rétractable .] Capable of being retracted; retractile.
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retractable

adjective capable of being retracted; `retractable landing gear`
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Retractable

• (a.) Capable of being retracted; retractile.
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Retractable

Capable of being hidden, as in parts of an animal`s body.
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Retractable

Cats (except cheetahs) and fossas have the ability to pull in, or retract, their claws when not in use.
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Retractable

A car having a mechanically retractable hardtop such as the late '50's Ford Skyliner.
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