livable Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"livable" in British English

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livableadjective

uk   us   /ˈlɪv.ə.bl̩/

livable adjective (PLACE)

(UK liveable) (also livable in) If a ​building or ​place is livable, it is ​suitable or good for ​living in: It's not a ​luxuriousapartment by any ​means but it's livable in. It was ​rated the most livable ​city in the States.

livable adjective (LIFE)

(also liveable) able to be ​lived: These are the ​basicrequirements that make ​life livable.
(Definition of livable from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"livable" in American English

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livableadjective

(also liveable)  us   /ˈlɪv·ə·bəl/
(esp. of a ​place) ​acceptable or good enough: The ​apartment is ​far from ​perfect, but it’s livable.
(Definition of livable from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “livable”
in Chinese (Simplified) 地方, 适宜居住的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 地方, 適宜居住的…
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