agreeable


agreeable
adjective (pleasant: She is a most agreeable person.) agradable
agreeable
tr[ə'griːəbəl]
adjective
1 (pleasant) agradable
2 (in agreement) conforme
agreeable [ə'gri:əbəl] adj
1) pleasing: agradable, simpático
2) willing: dispuesto
3) agreeing: de acuerdo, conforme
agreeable (Wine)
adj.
agradable (Vino) adj.
adj.
abocado, -a adj.
acepto, -a adj.
ameno, -a adj.
bueno, -a adj.
conforme adj.
gustoso, -a adj.
lisonjero, -a adj.
simpático, -a adj.
ə'griːəbəl
adjective
1) (pleasant) agradable
2) (pred)
a) (willing)

to be agreeable to something/-ing: bring her along, if she's agreeable tráela, si quiere venir; he seemed quite agreeable to coming — parecía dispuesto a venir

b) (acceptable)

to be agreeable (to somebody): if that's agreeable to you — si te parece bien, si no te importa

[ǝ'ɡriːǝbl]
ADJ
1) (=pleasing) [sensation, pastime, surprise] agradable; [person] agradable, simpático

it was agreeable having her in the office — era agradable tenerla en la oficina

she made a point of being agreeable to them — se esforzó por ser agradable or simpática con ellos

2) frm (=acceptable)

is that agreeable to you? — ¿está de acuerdo?, ¿está conforme?

a solution that would be agreeable to all — una solución satisfactoria para todos

3) frm (=willing)

get your secretary to do it if she is agreeable — dáselo a tu secretaria para que lo haga si a ella no le importa

she is agreeable to making the arrangements — no le importa encargarse de los preparativos

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[ə'griːəbəl]
adjective
1) (pleasant) agradable
2) (pred)
a) (willing)

to be agreeable to something/-ing: bring her along, if she's agreeable tráela, si quiere venir; he seemed quite agreeable to coming — parecía dispuesto a venir

b) (acceptable)

to be agreeable (to somebody): if that's agreeable to you — si te parece bien, si no te importa


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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