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English definition of “palatable”

palatable

adjective    /ˈpæl·ə·t̬ə·bəl/
good enough to eat or drink: They could make powdered eggs into palatable omelets. If something is palatable, it is acceptable: The city council has tried to make property taxes more palatable by giving homeowners more time to pay them.
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