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applicableadjective

uk   us   /əˈplɪk.ə.bl̩/
affecting or ​relating to a ​person or thing: This ​part of the ​law is only applicable tocompaniesemploying more than five ​people. The new ​qualifications are applicable to all ​Europeancountries.
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applicableadjective

uk   us   /əˈplɪkəbl/
affecting or ​relating to someone or something: The ​company will ​help with ​movingexpenses where applicable.applicable to sth/sb This ​part of the ​law is only applicable to ​companiesemploying more than five ​people. In the ​sectionheaded 'Previous ​employment', I ​wrote 'Not applicable'.
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