Significado de “appropriate” - en el Diccionario Inglés

appropriate en inglés británico

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uk /əˈprəʊ.pri.ət/ us /əˈproʊ.pri.ət/

B2 suitable or right for a particular situation or occasion:

appropriate footwear for the country
Is this film appropriate for small children?
I didn't think his comments were very appropriate at the time.
Is this an appropriate occasion to discuss finance?
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adverb uk /əˈprəʊ.pri.ə us /əˈproʊ.pri.ə



She didn't think we were appropriately dressed for a wedding.
noun [ U ] uk /əˈprəʊ.pri.ət.nəs/ us /əˈproʊ.pri.ət.nəs/

appropriateverb [ T ]

uk /əˈprəʊ.pri.eɪt/ us /əˈproʊ.pri.eɪt/ formal

(Definición de appropriate del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

appropriate en inglés americano

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us /əˈproʊ·pri·ət/

appropriate adjective (CORRECT)

correct or right for a particular situation or occasion:

Punishment should be appropriate to the crime.
I don’t have any appropriate clothes.
adverb us /əˈproʊ·pri·ət·li/

Those kids aren’t appropriately dressed for the cold.
noun [ U ] us /əˈproʊ·pri·ət·nəs/

I wonder about the appropriateness of borrowing money from my brother.

appropriateverb [ T ]

us /əˈproʊ·priˌeɪt/

appropriate verb [ T ] (TAKE)

to take and use for a purpose:

The state appropriated funds for more clinics.

Appropriate also means to steal:

He lost his job after he appropriated some of the company’s money.

(Definición de appropriate del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)