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suitable

adjective /ˈsuːtəbl/
(opposite unsuitable) right or appropriate for a purpose or occasion
adecuado, conveniente, apropiado
I haven’t any suitable shoes for the wedding Those shoes are not suitable for walking in the country Many people applied for the job but not one of them was suitable.
convenient
adecuado
We must find a suitable day for our meeting.
suitability noun
conveniencia, cualidad de adecuado/apropiado
the suitability of the candidate for the position.
suitableness noun
conveniencia, cualidad de adecuado/apropiado
suitably adverb
convenientemente, adecuadamente, apropiadamente
You’re not suitably dressed.
Translations of “suitable”
in Korean 적당한…
in Arabic مُناسِب, مُلائم…
in French convenable, approprié, qui convient…
in Italian adatto, idoneo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 適宜的,合適的…
in Russian подходящий, удобный…
in Turkish uygun, elverişli, münasip…
in Polish odpowiedni…
in Portuguese adequado…
in German geeignet, passend…
in Catalan idoni, convenient…
in Japanese ふさわしい, 都合がよい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 适宜的,合适的…
(Definition of suitable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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