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compatible

adjective /kəmˈpӕtəbl/
(opposite incompatible) able to agree or exist successfully side by side
compatible
You need to check that the software is compatible with your computer.
compatibility noun
compatibilidad
In our labs we have tested all of the most popular anti-virus software for compatibility with our products.
compatibly adverb
compatiblemente
They support organizations that promote living compatibly with wildlife.
Translations of “compatible”
in Korean 호환되는…
in Arabic مُتلائم مَعَ…
in French compatible (avec)…
in Italian compatibile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 可共存的, 協調的, 相容的…
in Russian совместимый…
in Turkish birbirine uyan, bağdaşan, uyumlu…
in Polish kompatybilny, zgodny, pasujący do siebie…
in Portuguese compatível…
in German vereinbar…
in Catalan compatible…
in Japanese 互換性のある…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可共存的, 协调的, 兼容的…
(Definition of compatible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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