Definition of sympathique in English:

sympathique

Line breaks: sym¦pa|thique
Pronunciation: /ˌsãpaˈtiːk
 
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adjective

1(Of a person) agreeably in tune with another’s personality or mood: he is sympathique to women
More example sentences
  • Grunberg impressed one as dour but still sympathique.
  • Davis's oration flopped because it revealed the man. He is not sympathique.
  • He is a good communicator, he is sympathique, he is a well-loved champion.
1.1(Of a place) pleasantly and comfortably appropriate to one’s tastes or inclinations: the most important quality of a restaurant is a sympathique atmosphere
More example sentences
  • "The town is sympathique anyway," said the girl in the tourist office.
  • The neighborhood is very sympathique. I can walk to the Place des Vosges, the cinema or opera at the Bastille.

Origin

French.

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