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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Along with the new millennium, comes another decade of collectable toys.
▪ Nearly all the collectable money is now in; only a small number of diehards continue to withhold cash.
▪ Plus collectable ranges of Tribal and Village needlework, embroidery and silk from all over the world.
▪ Rupert Bear annuals are arguably the most collectable.
▪ She emphasised that everything becomes collectable in time, particularly when its history and date of manufacture can be authenticated.
▪ Sir George said that arrears represented 8.5 percent of the total rent collectable in the 1990/91 financial year.
▪ Would there be anything collectable there, I wondered.

a. Suitable for collecting. n. Anything that someone might want to collect.

  1. adj. subject to or requiring payment especially as specified; "a collectible bill"; "a note payable on demand"; "a check payable to John Doe" [syn: collectible, payable]

  2. n. things considered to be worth collecting (not necessarily valuable or antique) [syn: collectible]


A collectable (collectible or collector's item) is any object regarded as being of value or interest to a collector (not necessarily monetarily valuable or antique). There are numerous types of collectables and terms to denote those types. An antique is a collectable that is old. A curio is a small, usually fascinating or unusual item sought after by collectors. A manufactured collectable is an item made specifically for people to collect.

Collectable (disambiguation)

A collectable is any object regarded as being of value or interest to a collector.

Collectable or collectables may also refer to:

  • Collectables by Ashanti, a 2005 Ashanti album
  • Collectables Records, a record label

Usage examples of "collectable".

To her left, William Tyson sat behind a desk in a room resplendent with collectable, and undoubtedly expensive, military memorabilia.

The mountebank, steeped in sweat and fear and gore, had to juggle all this in his mind for this long twelve minutes of his life, buoyed only by the thought that he was making sixty pounds from it, except that only thirty had been paid, with the residue collectable when the new teeth had stayed firm and splendid in Mistress Wimbarton's physog for a week.

Its walls were concealed behind glazed cabinets containing collections of knives, swords, bows, crystalware, coins, books, almost everything else collectable.