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sociable inglés:

1. companionable companionable


a companionable pet

Inglés palabrasociable"(companionable) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "My Life" (Josiah Flynt)
Fichas del libro - "Old Junk" (H. M. Tomlinson)
Fichas del libro - "Sisters" (Grace May North)
Fichas del libro - "A Madcap Cruise" (Oric Bates)
Fichas del libro - "Birds in London" (W. H. Hudson)

2. sociable sociable


I'm sociable, but it doesn't mean I want to party all the time.
I’m quite friendly and sociable.
I attended the party just to be sociable.
she is sociable
I had a headache and I wasn't feeling very sociable.
I'm going to make an effort to be a bit more sociable.
A sociable person enjoys being with other people.
Some of the most sociable people I know have friends both online and off-.
they are open-minded, sociable and independent
If you are sociable, you have more friends.
In general, the children are more sociable than their parents.
Kate loves going to parties because she is so sociable.
Aunt Jane is a sociable person. She loves inviting people to her home and going out with her friends.
a pleasant, sociable couple
One of the main reasons we drink alcohol is because it makes us feel more sociable.

Inglés palabrasociable"(sociable) ocurre en conjuntos:

SXA personality adjectives Spanish
Characteristics - Características
Personalidad MUF