♦ acceptable

♦ acceptable /əkˈsɛptəbl/
a.
1 accettabile; soddisfacente
2 accettabile; ammissibile; DIALOGO-Damaged goods- I'm sorry but that's just not acceptable, mi dispiace ma questo non è ammissibile
3 bene accetto; gradito; gradevole
acceptableness n. [u] acceptably avv.

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