Translation of compatible in Spanish:

compatible

Pronunciation: /kəmˈpætəbəl/

adj

  • 1.1 [people/ideas/principles] compatible to be compatible with sb/sth ser* compatible con algn/algo
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    • She later had an astrological chart drawn up on him and concluded that they were not compatible enough, according to Simmons.
    • Our relationship isn't perfect, and we're not completely compatible, but I feel like he's not giving us a chance if he decides to jump ship after only five months of dating.
    • M is my wife, and I had written that we are compatible in all respects, except for hang-ups regarding past relationships.
    1.2 [Computing/Informática] [equipment/system/software] compatible an IBM-compatible computer una computadora or (in Spain also/en España también) un ordenador compatible con IBM
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    • The main network protocols are open for anyone to use and produce compatible software.
    • Whether or not your laptop's dialing software was compatible with the hotel's PBX was a matter of doubt.
    • Because the system can transmit multiple text streams, it may also be used for language translation; its software is internationally compatible.
    1.3 [Biology/Biología] [Medicine/Medicina] compatible
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    • What existing NRCS programs are compatible with organic production, and how can organic producers find out information about these programs?
    • The guidelines would need to be compatible with existing procedures for consent in research and clinical care and consider any potential medicolegal issues.
    • Several detection methods exist that are compatible with the maximum information method.
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    • Data from more than 300 deliveries indicate no birth defects compatible with congenital varicella syndrome.

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