US: /ˈsutəbəɫ/
UK: /sˈuːtəbə‍l/

English Vietnamese dictionary

suitable /'sju:təbl/
  • tính từ
    • (+ for, to) hợp, phù hợp, thích hợp

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
~ (for sth/sb)
~ (to do sth) right or appropriate for a particular purpose or occasion: a suitable candidate + This programme is not suitable for children. + a suitable place for a picnic + I don't have anything suitable to wear for the party. + Would now be a suitable moment to discuss my report?
suitability noun [U]: There is no doubt about her suitability for the job.

Thesaurus dictionary

appropriate, apt, fit, fitting, befitting, becoming, right, proper, correct, acceptable, satisfactory, applicable, meet, seemly; timely, opportune:
John has at last found suitable employment. A chandelier is not suitable at all for such a low room. Is this a suitable time for me to ask you a favour?

Collocation dictionary


be, look, prove, seem, sound | make sth
The exercise-with-answer-key format makes the book suitable for self-study.
| consider sth, deem sth
These properties are considered especially suitable for older people.


eminently, especially, highly, particularly, very | perfectly | quite | not entirely, not quite, not really
This holiday is not really suitable for wheelchair users.
| not necessarily | hardly, scarcely | potentially | equally
There are many other training courses that would be equally suitable.


not suitable as a word-processing program
| for
The walk is suitable for all the family.
| to
conditions suitable to their development

Concise English dictionary

+meant or adapted for an occasion or use
+appropriate for a condition or purpose or occasion or a person's character, needs
+worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse