interruptible
adjective see interrupt I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • interruptible — adjective Able to be interrupted …   Wiktionary

  • interruptible — in·ter·rupt·ible …   English syllables

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  • Interruptible spectrum — Radio or wireless systems use radio frequencies or spectrum as the medium for transmitting information from one location to the other. Traditionally each user is given dedicated frequencies on a long term basis. For example, broadcast stations… …   Wikipedia

  • Interruptible load —   1) This Demand Side Management category represents the consumer load that, in accordance with contractual arrangements, can be interrupted at the time of annual peak load by the action of the consumer at the direct request of the system… …   Energy terms

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