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amenable

adjective uk   /əˈmiː.nə.bl̩/ us  
willing to accept or be influenced by a suggestion: She might be more amenable to the idea if you explained how much money it would save. Do you think the new manager will prove more amenable to our proposals?
Translations of “amenable”
in Spanish Dispuesto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 易接受建議的, 耳朵軟的…
in Russian сговорчивый…
in Turkish iyi huylu, yumuşak başlı, uysal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 易接受建议的, 耳朵软的…
in Polish otwarty, przychylny…
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