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sociable

adjective uk   /ˈsəʊ.ʃə.bl̩/  us   /ˈsoʊ-/ approving
B1 Sociable people like to meet and spend time with other people: Rob's very sociable - he likes his parties. I had a headache and I wasn't feeling very sociable.
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in Arabic اِجْتِماعي…
in Korean 사교적인…
in Malaysian suka bergaul…
in French sociable…
in Turkish hoşsohbet, arkadaş canlısı, sokulgan…
in Italian socievole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 好交際的,善於社交的,合群的…
in Russian общительный…
in Polish towarzyski…
in Vietnamese dễ chan hòa…
in Spanish sociable…
in Portuguese sociável…
in Thai เข้ากับคนง่าย…
in German gesellig…
in Catalan sociable…
in Japanese 社交的な, 社交好きの…
in Indonesian ramah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 好交际的,善于社交的,合群的…
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