Definition of 'amenable'
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My cat was a half-grown black-and-white female of undistinguished origin, guaranteed to be clean and amenable. ON CATS (2002)So although angry about the lost time and disliking Roos's superior tone, he was very amenable to Roos's suggestion of a meeting. FINAL RESORT (2002)Hablet had plenty of other daughters who were much more amenable than the dreaded Adrina. TREASON KEEP (2002)
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Translations for 'amenable'
British English: amenable ADJECTIVE
If you are amenable to something, you are willing to do it or accept it.
The leader seemed amenable to attending a conference.
Definition of amenable from the Collins English Dictionary
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