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agreeableadjective

 us   /əˈɡri·ə·bəl/
pleasant; ​pleasing: She has an agreeable ​personality.
acceptable or ​satisfactory: We ​prefer to ​reach a ​solution agreeable to all ​interestedparties.
Someone who is agreeable to doing something is ​willing to do it: We can ​close the ​dealtomorrow if ​yourclient is agreeable.
(Definition of agreeable from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"agreeable" in British English

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agreeableadjective

uk   /əˈɡriː.ə.bəl/  us   /əˈɡriː.ə.bəl/
  • agreeable adjective (AGREEING)

able to be ​accepted by everyone: The ​talks are ​aimed at ​finding a mutually agreeable ​solution. We need to ​find a ​compromise that is agreeable to both ​sides of the ​party.
formal willing to do or ​accept something: If Bridget is agreeable to the ​proposal, we'll ​start the ​project in ​June.
agreeableness
noun [U] /-nəs/
She was ​noted for her ​pleasantmanner and agreeableness.
agreeably
adverb uk   /əˈɡriː.ə.bli/  us   /əˈɡriː.ə.bli/
with ​enjoyment or ​pleasure: We were agreeably surprised by the ​price.
(Definition of agreeable from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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