jetable etymology

French word jetable comes from French jeter, French -able (-able.)

Detailed word origin of jetable

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
jeter French (fra) (card games) to throw away, discard. (reflexive) to run in, as of a river. (reflexive, with "sur") to rush oneself onto something or someone. To throw. To throw away, discard of.
-able French (fra) -able.
jetable French (fra) Disposable (designed to be thrown away after use).

Words with the same origin as jetable

Descendants of jeter
jeteur jeton
Descendants of -able
adorable comptable considérable convenable croyable dirigeable effroyable gonflable imbattable impardonnable incroyablement inestimable irresponsable minable négociable préférable redevable redoutable respectable responsabilité responsable valable épouvantable équitable