Meaning of “suitable” - Learner’s Dictionary

suitable

adjective us uk /ˈsuːtəbl/
I tried to frame a suitable reply.None of the applicants were suitable, so we had to go back to square one and advertise the job again.I need to think of a suitable response to this letter.The land is suitable for development.They look at your interests and try to match you up with someone suitable.

B1 acceptable or right for someone or something:

a suitable time to call
This film is suitable for children.
→ Opposite unsuitable
suitably adverb

B2

suitably dressed

(Definition of “suitable” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)