Acceptable in spanish

Aceptable

pronunciation: ɑθeptɑble part of speech: adjective
In gestures

acceptable = aceptable, asumible. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que terminan con este sufijo]

Example: A 'see also' reference connects headings or index terms which are in some way related, where both of the headings are regarded as acceptable for use as headings for entries = Pincha en para ver otras palabras que terminan con este sufijo.

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» be acceptable = ser aceptable, ser de recibo.

Example: The manifesto says it's acceptable for girls to marry at nine years-old but that 15 and 16 was preferable -- when they are 'still young and active'.

» socially acceptable = aceptable socialmente.

Example: This reinforces the interpretation that violence is frequently unpunished and socially acceptable.

» unacceptable = inaceptable. 

Example: Some users find the format of KWIC indexes unacceptable, they find alphabetical arrangement by keywords down the centre of a page, and wrapped-round titles awkward.
Acceptable synonyms:
good in spanish: bueno, pronunciation: gʊd part of speech: adjective fit in spanish: ajuste, pronunciation: fɪt part of speech: verb, noun standard in spanish: estándar, pronunciation: stændɜrd part of speech: adjective, noun received in spanish: recibido, pronunciation: rəsivd part of speech: adjective satisfactory in spanish: satisfactorio, pronunciation: sætəsfæktri part of speech: adjective accepted in spanish: aceptado, pronunciation: ækseptɪd part of speech: adjective tolerable in spanish: tolerable, pronunciation: tɑlɜrəbəl part of speech: adjective unimpeachable in spanish: intachable, pronunciation: ənɪmpitʃəbəl part of speech: adjective bankable in spanish: financiable, pronunciation: bæŋkəbəl part of speech: adjective unexceptionable in spanish: intachable, pronunciation: ənɪksepʃənəbəl part of speech: adjective unobjectionable in spanish: inobjetable, pronunciation: ənəbdʒekʃənəbəl part of speech: adjective
Acceptable antonyms:
unacceptable pronunciation: ənækseptəbəl part of speech: adjective
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