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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliveablelive‧a‧ble especially British English, livable especially American English /ˈlɪvəbəl/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 a situation that is liveable is satisfactory but not good syn bearable 🔊 Having the children had made his life more liveable.2 a) (also liveable in British English) good enough to live in syn habitable 🔊 We need to do more to make the neighborhood more livable. b) nice to live in 🔊 It’s one of the most liveable cities in the US.3 a livable wage/salary
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liveableThe rest is done because somebody has to do it, if life is to be liveable.The Toronto Protocol is entitled: Public Transport -- a major contributor to liveable communities and sustainable development.It makes this cell more liveable in.It was not a comfortable environment for the boarders, but its very shabbiness made it liveable in.Clearly, exclusion of through traffic is a necessary but not sufficient condition for creating safe and liveable streets.
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