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He is incredibly sociable and a good friend. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Research has proven video games are actually more sociable than people think. The Sun (2012)He did go to parties but he was not a very sociable person. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The moon visits the most sociable part of your chart and you handle people skilfully. The Sun (2009)You find new love when you try out a sociable way of exercising. The Sun (2012)He is more open and more sociable than he was at the outset. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It all sounds so sociable and friendly. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)Get one or two of your older siblings who are sociable and good organisers to help. The Sun (2016)It is a quality that may be present in otherwise sociable people. The Secrets of Musical Confidence (1994)The moon moves in to the sociable part of your chart to make you good company. The Sun (2011)This can include a new way of working and a sociable way of getting fit. The Sun (2006)Doubles players are more open and sociable. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Books are sociable and people stop and talk to each other about them. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Jupiter oversees your fitness chart and a way of exercising that has a sociable side is good for you. The Sun (2012)Everyone is incredibly sociable and friendly. The Sun (2014)Those colleagues who came to know him well, found an engaging and often highly sociable man. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He was a quiet yet sociable man, with a kind heart. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A sociable man with a good sense of humour was top of the list. The Sun (2014)Our family was very sociable. The Sun (2013)My mother was extremely sociable. Times, Sunday Times (2008)LIKE us, monkeys are highly sociable. The Sun (2009)We may become less sociable, less caring, more hostile and insensitive towards others. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We're quite a sociable family; we have big dos. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The centre, she continues, is extremely sociable. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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British English: sociable /ˈsəʊʃəbl/ ADJECTIVE
Sociable people enjoy meeting and talking to other people.
She was extremely sociable.
- American English: sociable
- Arabic: أنِيس
- Brazilian Portuguese: sociável
- Chinese: 善于社交的
- Croatian: društven
- Czech: společenský člověk
- Danish: social
- Dutch: gezellig
- European Spanish: sociable
- Finnish: seurallinen
- French: sociable
- German: gesellig
- Greek: προσηνής
- Italian: socievole
- Japanese: 社交的な
- Korean: 사교적인
- Norwegian: selskapelig
- Polish: towarzyski
- European Portuguese: sociável
- Romanian: sociabil
- Russian: компанейский
- Latin American Spanish: sociable
- Swedish: sällskaplig
- Thai: เป็นมิตร
- Turkish: sosyal
- Ukrainian: товариський
- Vietnamese: dễ chan hòa
Definition of sociable from the Collins English Dictionary
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