- 1.1 [conduct] (satisfactory) aceptable; (tolerable) admisible; [compromise/risk] aceptable socially acceptable socialmente admisible or aceptable to be acceptable
tosb resultarle aceptable aalgn would that be acceptable to you? ¿eso le resultaría aceptable?More example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (welcome) [gift] muy adecuado that would be most acceptable eso me ( or nos etc) resultaría muy grato
- I'd think a postcard from the next city would be an acceptable substitute for a formal thank you note.
- Then, too, he is an acceptable moderator to the candidates because he's firmly predictable.
- I found their arguments reasonable and a moderately acceptable update on the original book.
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- The problems stemmed from different standards of privacy and acceptable noise levels.
- We also know that the Dunedin City Council is budgeting $30 million, over the next 2 years, to get its water standards up to an acceptable level.
- The tests showed the levels were within the acceptable standards for the EU and New Zealand.
- Mind you, that was back when a pack of three new handkerchiefs was a highly acceptable and very welcome gift for Christmas.
- Otherwise, this is a very acceptable print that should please all 248 gazillion fans.
- Tobacco and snuff were convenient and acceptable items, and more luxurious fare was provided when possible.
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