livable

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liv·a·ble

also live·a·ble  (lĭv′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Suitable to live in; habitable: a livable dwelling.
2. Possible to bear; endurable: livable trials and tribulations.

liv′a·ble·ness n.

livable

(ˈlɪvəbəl) or

liveable

adj
1. (of a room, house, etc) suitable for living in
2. worth living; tolerable
3. (foll by with) pleasant to live (with)
ˈlivableness, ˈliveableness, ˌlivaˈbility, ˌliveaˈbility n

liv•a•ble

or live•a•ble

(ˈlɪv ə bəl)

adj.
1. suitable for living in; habitable; comfortable: to make a house livable.
2. worth living; endurable: something to make life more livable.
3. able to be lived with; companionable (often used in combination with with): charming but not altogether livable-with.
[1605–15]
liv′a•ble•ness, liv`a•bil′i•ty, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.livable - fit or suitable to live in or with; "livable conditions"
unlivable, unliveable - unfit or unsuitable to live in or with; "unlivable substandard housing"

livable

adjective
1. habitable, fit (for human habitation), comfortable, adequate, satisfactory, inhabitable It was voted the most livable city in the US.
2. tolerable, acceptable, worthwhile, bearable, passable, worth living, supportable, endurable, sufferable They were given livable pensions to sustain themselves and their children.
3. (with with) congenial, compatible, easy to live with, harmonious, sociable, companionable, easy I wonder if I am livable with.

livable

also liveable
adjective
Fit to live in:
Translations

livable

[ˈlɪvəbl] ADJ [house] → habitable; [life] → llevadero

livable

, liveable
adj lifeerträglich; the house is livable (in) (inf)in dem Haus kann man wohnen, in dem Haus lässt es sich wohnen; arthritis can’t be cured, but it can be made livable (with) (inf)Arthritis ist unheilbar, kann aber erträglich gemacht werden

livable

[ˈlɪvəbl] adj (gen) → vivibile; (house) → abitabile
he's not livable with (fam) → è insopportabile
References in periodicals archive ?
The term refers affectionately to Munich's laid-back livableness, including Bavarian country comforts such as the meaty cuisine and (of course) world-classbeer.