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Translation of "acceptable" - English-Turkish dictionary

acceptable

adjective
 
 
/əkˈseptəbl/
GOOD ENOUGH B1 good enough
yeteri derecede iyi, kabul edilebilir.
work of an acceptable standard We still hope to find a solution which is acceptable to both sides.Quite good, or not very goodSuitable and acceptable
ALLOWED allowed or approved of
izin verilebilir veya tasdik edilebilir, kabullenilebilir
Smoking is less and less socially acceptable. →  Opposite unacceptable Allowing and permitting
acceptability
 
 
/əkˌseptəˈbɪləti/ noun [U]
kabul edilebilirlik
Translations of “acceptable”
in Korean 용인되는…
in Arabic مَقبول…
in Portuguese aceitável…
in Catalan acceptable…
in Japanese 許容範囲の, まあまあの, まずまずの…
in Italian accettabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人滿意的, 可以接受的, 可容許的…
in Russian приемлемый…
in Chinese (Simplified) 令人满意的, 可以接受的, 可容许的…
in Polish do przyjęcia, akceptowany…
(Definition of acceptable from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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