amenable

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From French as if *amenable, from amener (to bring or lead, fetch in or to), from a- + mener (to lead, conduct), from Late Latin minare (to drive), Latin deponent minari (to threaten, menace).

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amenable (comparative more amenable, superlative most amenable)

  1. Willing to respond to persuasion or suggestions.
  2. Willing to comply with; agreeable.
  3. (mathematics, of a group) Being a locally compact topological group carrying a kind of averaging operation on bounded functions that is invariant under translation by group elements.

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