Definition of reusable
: capable of being used again or repeatedly
reusabilityplay \(ˌ)rē-ˌyü-zə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun
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Jordan Lo, the vice president of the Environmental Club, is on a crusade to get his classmates to ditch bottled water for reusable containers.
A reusable spacecraft is not a new concept — NASA’s space shuttles each flew many times — but traditional capsules, like the ones used during NASA’s Apollo moon missions and Russian Soyuz launches, are used only once.
The stations help encourage use of reusable water bottles rather than single-use bottles, which are more harmful to the environment, according to organizers.
Menstrual cups are soft, reusable flexible cups that are worn internally to collect blood during your period.
A restaurant chain like Pizza Hut could distribute reusable paper-computer menus capable of dialing in orders directly to its servers, which would link to a PC at the appropriate outlet to place the order.
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