suitably


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suit·a·ble

 (so͞o′tə-bəl)
adj.
Appropriate to a purpose or an occasion.

suit′a·bil′i·ty, suit′a·ble·ness n.
suit′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.suitably - in an appropriate manner; "he was appropriately dressed"
inappropriately, unsuitably - in an inappropriate manner; "he was inappropriately dressed"

suitably

adverb
1. appropriately, properly, satisfactorily, acceptably Unfortunately I'm not suitably dressed for gardening.
2. fittingly, aptly Her exit seemed suitably dramatic.
Translations
بصورةٍ ملائِمَه
vhodně
á viîeigandi hátt
primerno
uygun şekilde

suitably

[ˈsuːtəblɪ] ADV [dressed] → apropiadamente, adecuadamente; [equipped] → adecuadamente
suitably qualified staffpersonal con la formación adecuada or apropiada
I heard their album, and was suitably impressedescuché su disco y como era de esperar me causó muy buena impresión
Andy tried to look suitably impressedAndy intentó parecer todo lo impresionado que la ocasión requería
he tried to adopt a suitably grave toneintentó adoptar un tono serio acorde con or apropiado para la ocasión

suitably

[ˈsuːtəbli] adv
(= appropriately) [dressed, equipped] → de manière appropriée
to be suitably qualified → avoir les qualifications appropriées
(= duly) [impressed, amazed, dramatic] → proprement

suitably

advangemessen; behave also, apologizegeziemend (geh), → wie es sich gehört; he was suitably impresseder war gehörig beeindruckt; I’m suitably impressedich bin ja auch beeindruckt; suitably refreshedausreichend erfrischt; to look suitably embarrassedüberaus verlegen aussehen; a suitably elegant roomein Raum von angemessener Eleganz; we camped suitably close to the hillswir zelteten in günstiger Nähe der Berge

suitably

[ˈsuːtəblɪ] adv (dress) → in modo adatto; (thank) → adeguatamente
he was suitably impressed → ha giustamente ricevuto un'impressione favorevole
to reply suitably → dare una risposta adeguata

suitable

(ˈsuːtəbl) adjective
(negative unsuitable).
1. right or appropriate for a purpose or occasion. I haven't any suitable shoes for the wedding; Those shoes are not suitable for walking in the country; Many people applied for the job but not one of them was suitable.
2. convenient. We must find a suitable day for our meeting.
ˌsuitaˈbility noun
ˈsuitableness noun
ˈsuitably adverb
You're not suitably dressed.
References in classic literature ?
An unusual number of husbands, fathers, and friends had come down to stay over Sunday; and they were being suitably entertained by their families, with the material help of Madame Lebrun.
But, in order that Mademoiselle de Montalais, who had not a large patrimonial fortune, although an only daughter, should be suitably dowered, it was necessary that she should belong to some great princess, as prodigal as the dowager Madame was covetous.
And from a queer association of ideas, because in his imagination the idea of Sviazhsky's sister-in-law was connected with marriage, it occurred to him that there was no one to whom he could more suitably speak of his happiness, and he was very glad to go and see them.
But then I hold that knowing itself consists of such constituents suitably related, and that in being aware of them we are sometimes being aware of instances of knowing.
An hour after, they were once more suitably attired, and with Aouda returned to the International Hotel.
Captain Bonneville was suitably affected by this mark of friendship; but his experience in what is proverbially called "Indian giving," made him aware that a parting pledge was necessary on his own part, to prove that his friendship was reciprocated.
All equality of alliance must rest with Elizabeth, for Mary had merely connected herself with an old country family of respectability and large fortune, and had therefore given all the honour and received none: Elizabeth would, one day or other, marry suitably.
He really belonged to the Kansas girl, who had much respect for his thoughts after they had been properly wound and set going; but as the copper man would be useless in any place but a fairy country Dorothy had left him in charge of Ozma, who saw that he was suitably cared for.
The others, with the exception of the Story Girl, looked suitably impressed.
His brows drew in slightly with the mental effort of suitably phrasing thoughts which he had never before put into speech.
For here,--and if we fail to impress it suitably upon the reader, it is our own fault, not that of the theme, here is one of the truest points of melancholy interest that occur in ordinary life.
WE will not follow all the steps of the Admiral's return and installation, but hurry forward towards the catastrophe, merely chronicling by the way a few salient incidents, wherein we must rely entirely upon the evidence of Richard, for Esther to this day has never opened her mouth upon this trying passage of her life, and as for the Admiral - well, that naval officer, although still alive, and now more suitably installed in a seaport town where he has a telescope and a flag in his front garden, is incapable of throwing the slightest gleam of light upon the affair.