مُنَاسِب \ appropriate: suitable; proper for a special purpose or person: My employer always wears a suit in the office because he thinks it appropriate. apt: very suitable. convenient: useful; easy to deal with; suitable; causing no difficulty or discomfort: We arranged a convenient time and place for our meeting. This knife is a very convenient tool. decent: right and suitable: Everyone should have decent conditions of work. due: proper; suitable: With due respect. fit: suitable, good enough: The water was not fit to drink, (with a and adj.) fitting This coat is a good fit. fitting: right; suitable; proper: It is fitting that we should remember him on his birthday. practical: (of people or plans) concerned with action, not with ideas; (of things or ideas) suitable for use: His plans cost too much to be practical. She wore very practical clothing (suited to one’s activity or to the weather). proper: correct, suitable: Eat your food at the proper time, not during lessons. relevant: concerned with the matter that is being considered: Don’t waste time with points that are not relevant to this case. right: correct; not mistaken; suitable: the right answer; the right time; the right kind of cloth, the right way to play. seemly: old use fit; proper: seemly behaviour in church. sensible: wise; having or showing good sense; suitable: People should wear sensible clothes for climbing mountains. suitable: satisfactory; meeting one’s needs: Fur coats are not suitable for use in hot weather. \ See Also ملائم (مُلائِم)، مقبول (مَقْبول)، منطبق (مُنْطَبِق)، صحيح (صَحيح)، مريح (مريح)‏

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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