English translation of 'affable'
Example Sentences Including 'affable'
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Du génie d'un homme affable, et surtout " à fables " : Jean de La Fontaine !Le Monde (2001)
Gilbert Miara, l'homme d'affaires affable, que son avocat présentait comme " un personnage rapporté ".Le Monde (2001)
L'homme est affable, souriant, autrement séduisant que sa version de latex.Le Monde (1999)
Un homme de bien cinquante- cinq ans, affable, voire pépère, nous accueille.Actuel
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'affable' in Other Languages
British English: affable ADJECTIVE
Someone who is affable is pleasant and friendly.
He is an extremely affable and approachable man.
British English: amiable ADJECTIVE
Someone who is amiable is friendly and pleasant to be with.
She had been surprised at how amiable and polite he had been.
British English: suave ADJECTIVE
Someone who is suave is charming, polite, and elegant, but may be insincere.
He is a suave, cool and cultured man.
Translation of affable from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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