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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuitabilitysuit‧a‧bil‧i‧ty /ˌsuːtəˈbɪləti, ˌsjuː- $ ˌsuː-/ noun [uncountable]  SUITABLEthe degree to which something or someone has the right qualities for a particular purposesuitability for There’s no doubt about Christine’s suitability for the job.suitability as his suitability as a father
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suitabilityAnd even before doing this it can examine the firms already registered with it for suitability.An extended family placement has been used, but with minimal investigation of it suitability and minimal support to the carer.We can offer advice on suitability and make appropriate arrangements where possible.But maybe I was hasty about Roy and Hayley's suitability to adopt.They will be talking to local people, organisations and authorities and writing a report on the route's suitability for upgrading.At Sellafield and Dounreay, drilling is being carried out to assess the suitability of the geological strata of the areas.A classroom or school library-based test is often the only method of ensuring the suitability of software.suitability forCritics doubt his suitability as a leader.
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