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equable

adjective uk   /ˈek.wə.bl̩/ us  
always being pleasant: Graham has a fairly equable temperament - I haven't often seen him really angry. not changing suddenly: The south of the country enjoys an equable climate.
equably
adverb uk   /-bli/ us  
She deals with problems reasonably and equably, never losing her temper.
Translations of “equable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 穩定的,變化小的, 平和的, 性情溫和的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 稳定的,变化小的, 平和的, 性情温和的…
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