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amiable

adjective     /ˈeɪmiəbl/
pleasant and friendly: an amiable young manFriendly
amiably adverb
Translations of “amiable”
in Spanish afable, amable…
in Vietnamese nhã nhặn…
in Thai เป็นมิตร…
in Malaysian menyenangkan…
in French aimable…
in German liebenswürdig…
in Indonesian ramah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 和蔼可亲的,亲切的, 令人愉悦的, 友好的…
in Turkish samimi, uysal, iyi huylu…
in Russian любезный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 和藹可親的,親切的, 令人愉悅的, 友好的…
in Polish miły…
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