Definition of approachable in English:

approachable

Line breaks: ap¦proach|able
Pronunciation: /əˈprəʊtʃəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

  • 2(Of a place) able to be reached from a particular direction or by a particular means: the site is approachable from the roundabout
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    • This pass, like much of the approachable areas of the Wall is visited by Chinese tourists fortunate to have enough free time for a cultural holiday.
    • It was impossible to reach from our bank through the trees, and approachable only from the trickiest of angles on the opposite side.
    • These elements were never approachable; they were viewed from afar, atop viewing towers or from the safety of a path.
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approachability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
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  • I love the feel of it, its smell, its friendliness and approachability, its ease-of-use and flexibility.
  • A direct mail piece or newsletter featuring the smiling faces of your employees emphasizes approachability and friendliness, thereby enhancing your company image and inviting customer trust.
  • In medical design, approachability, intuitiveness, ease of use, and strategic value are the most critical aspects, he explained.

approachableness

Pronunciation: /əˈprəʊtʃəb(ə)lnəs/
noun
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  • What will strike you about him first is his extraordinary intelligence, and secondly his approachableness, humility and willingness to share his talents for the well-being of others.
  • I hope my approachableness allows others to feel comfortable and relaxed around me to voice their questions, concerns or ideas.
  • Meekness involves being childlike in approachableness and willing to listen to others.

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