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* German: {{t-|de|austauschbar}}, {{t+|de|fähig}}, {{t+|de|kompatibel}}, {{t+|de|verträglich}}
 
* German: {{t-|de|austauschbar}}, {{t+|de|fähig}}, {{t+|de|kompatibel}}, {{t+|de|verträglich}}
* Polish: {{t|pl|kompatybilny|m}}, {{t|pl|kompatybilna|f}}, {{t|pl|kompatybilne|n}}
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* Russian: {{t|ru|совместимый|tr=sovm'estímyj}}, {{t|ru|сочетаемый|tr=sočeatájemyj}}
 
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* Italian: {{t|it|compatibile}}
 
* Italian: {{t|it|compatibile}}
* Polish: {{t|pl|kompatybilny|m}}, {{t|pl|kompatybilna|f}}, {{t|pl|kompatybilne|n}}
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* Russian: {{t|ru|совместимый|tr=sovm'estímyj}}
 
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Revision as of 10:30, 1 March 2012

English

Etymology

from Middle French compatible, from Medieval Latin compatibilis (in compatible beneficium, a benefice which could be held together with another one), from Late Latin compati (to suffer with)

Pronunciation

IPA: /kəmˈpætəbəl/ (Canadian)

Adjective

compatible (comparative more compatible, superlative most compatible)

  1. Capable of easy interaction.
  2. Able to get along well.

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French

Adjective

Template:fr-adj-mf

  1. compatible

Spanish

Adjective

compatible m, f (plural compatibles)

  1. compatible