Definition of 'appropriate'
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As long as you have the proper seals on your containers and the appropriate documents, there's nothing to worry about. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)I can give you an example right now of one way your involvement might be appropriate. THE EXECUTION (2002)For a moment she thought of giving the money to an appropriate charity. MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (2002)
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Translations for 'appropriate'
British English: appropriate /əˈprəʊprɪɪt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is appropriate is suitable or acceptable for a particular situation.
Wear an outfit appropriate to the job.
- American English: appropriate
- Arabic: مُلَائِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: apropriado
- Chinese: 适当的
- Croatian: prikladan
- Czech: vhodný
- Danish: passende
- Dutch: geschikt
- European Spanish: apropiado adecuado
- Finnish: sopiva
- French: approprié
- German: passend
- Greek: κατάλληλος
- Italian: adatto
- Japanese: 適切な
- Korean: 적합한
- Norwegian: passende
- Polish: odpowiedni
- European Portuguese: apropriado
- Romanian: potrivit
- Russian: соответствующий
- Spanish: apropiado
- Swedish: lämplig
- Thai: เหมาะสม
- Turkish: uygun
- Ukrainian: відповідний
- Vietnamese: thích hợp
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