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congenialadjective

 us   /kənˈdʒin·jəl/
pleasant and ​friendly; ​producing a ​feeling of ​comfort or ​satisfaction: We ​spent a ​relaxedevening with congenial ​friends.
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Translations of “congenial”
in Spanish simpático, agradable…
in Vietnamese tương đắc…
in Malaysian menyenangkan…
in Thai เข้ากันได้, ถูกใจ…
in French sympathique…
in German angenehm…
in Chinese (Simplified) 友善的, 令人愉快的, 宜人的…
in Turkish içten, samimi, cana yakın…
in Russian приятный…
in Indonesian simpatik…
in Chinese (Traditional) 友善的, 令人愉快的, 怡人的…
in Polish sympatyczny…
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