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approachable

adjective uk   /əˈprəʊ.tʃə.bl̩/  us   /-ˈproʊ-/

approachable adjective (CHARACTER)

friendly and easy to talk to: Graham's always very approachable - why don't you talk the problem over with him?

approachable adjective (PLACE)

If a place is approachable, you can reach it or get near to it: It's one of the few lakeside villages approachable by car.
Translations of “approachable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 性格, 友善的, 易接近的…
in Russian доступный…
in Turkish yakınlaşılabilir, iletişim kurulabilir, dost canlısı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 性格, 友善的, 易接近的…
in Polish przystępny…
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