adaptable

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adapt +‎ -able

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adaptable (comparative more adaptable, superlative most adaptable)

  1. Capable of adapting or of being adapted.
    Antonyms: unadaptable, inadaptable
    • 1901, Sabine Baring-Gould, The Frobishers:
      Joan was adaptable, and easily fell in with the prevalent tone. She played her small jokes on each, and this readily dissolved restraint, and put all on terms of easy friendship.

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Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

adaptar +‎ -able

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adaptable (masculine and feminine plural adaptables)

  1. adaptable (capable of adapting or being adapted)
    Antonyms: inadaptable

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French[edit]

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From adapter +‎ -able.

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adaptable (plural adaptables)

  1. adaptable (capable of adapting or being adapted)
    Antonyms: inadaptable

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Galician[edit]

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From adaptar +‎ -able.

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adaptable m, f (plural adaptables)

  1. adaptable (capable of adapting or being adapted)
    Antonyms: inadaptable, inadaptábel

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Spanish[edit]

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From adaptar +‎ -able.

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  • IPA(key): /adabˈtable/, [aðaβˈt̪aβle]

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adaptable (plural adaptables)

  1. adaptable (capable of adapting or being adapted)
    Antonyms: inadaptable

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