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fungible

[′fən·jə·bəl]
(chemical engineering)
Pertaining to petroleum products whose characteristics are so similar they can be commingled.
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When it comes to fungibles, nobody beats the home furnishings industry.
The archdiocese, of course, treats this money as fungible, usable for settlements or any other church purpose as it desires.
The government supported its "indirect" tracing approach by arguing that cash is fungible.
Loyalty is fungible in today's economy, and goes to the highest bidder.
If you help clarify any of these issues for clients, you will discover dozens of new opportunities to add value and deliver fungible satisfactions (your source of new profit).
These are not altogether useless categories, but they are awfully fungible.
Many comment that surrogates are notable for their inability to convey those crucial artifactual aspects and can deliver to the user only that which is fungible, that is, portable in any format.
However, because aid is fungible, donors end up financing government activities that do not help the poor - unwittingly becoming sponsors of terrorist training camps.
However, these infill properties are fungible and divisible, offsetting some of these concerns.
The court said this theory was limited to circumstances involving both products that are fungible and injuries that cannot be tied to any one manufacturer's product.
These permits should be made fungible, so that a market can develop in them.
There are two more reasons for inaccuracies in this reversal that we have yet to cover: fungible resources and unavailability of detailed knowledge.