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sim·pa·ti·co

 (sĭm-pä′tĭ-kō′, -păt′ĭ-)
adj.
1. Of like mind or temperament; compatible.
2. Having attractive qualities; pleasing.

[Italian simpatico (from simpatia, sympathy) or Spanish simpático (from simpatía, sympathy), both from Latin sympathīa; see sympathy.]
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simpatico

(sɪmˈpɑːtɪˌkəʊ; -ˈpæt-)
adj
1. pleasant or congenial
2. of similar mind or temperament; compatible
[Italian: from simpatia sympathy]
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sim•pa•ti•co

(sɪmˈpɑ tɪˌkoʊ, -ˈpæt ɪ-)

adj.
congenial or like-minded; likable.
[1860–65; < Italian: literally, sympathetic]
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