that can be saved or salvaged
Origin of salvableMedieval Latin salvabilis: see save and amp; -able
Capable of being salvaged or saved: salvable merchandise that survived the fire.
Origin of salvableFrom Late Latin salvāre, to save; see salvage.
(comparative more salvable, superlative most salvable)
- Capable of being saved; admitting of salvation.
Latin salvare to save, from salvus safe. Compare savable.