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Meaning of “apt” - Learner’s Dictionary

apt

adjective     /æpt/
suitable for a particular situation: an apt description Suitable and acceptableQuite good, or not very good
be apt to do sth
to often do something: He's apt to forget his keys.Habitual and customary
aptly adverb
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