Translation of amicable in Spanish:

amicable

Pronunciation: /ˈæmɪkəbəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • [person] amigable; [relations] cordial, amistoso; [arrangement] amistoso to reach an amicable agreement llegar* a un acuerdo amistoso
    More example sentences
    • Normally, this is one of the quieter, friendlier, more amicable sessions of the week.
    • Although traffic wardens are not known for being popular, friends said Milroy was an easygoing, amicable character.
    • A swift and amicable settlement to this dispute is needed now.

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