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congenial
kən'dʒiːnjəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. (used of plants) capable of cross-fertilization or of being grafted.
  2. Suitable to your needs.
Hyphenationcon•gen•ial
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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同性质tóngxìng zhìcongeniality
适意shìyìagreeable
对心duìxīncongenial; to one's liking
意气相投yìqì xiāngtóucongenial
投契tóuqìto get along well (with somebody); congenial; to speculate (on financial markets)
相投xiāngtóuagreeing with one another; congenial
契合qìhéagreement; to agree; to get on with; congenial; agreeing with; to ally oneself with somebody
麻吉májí(slang) (Tw) close friend; best pal; to get along well; to be tight; congenial
合意héyìto suit one's taste; suitable; congenial; by mutual agreement
投机tóujīto speculate (on financial markets); opportunistic; congenial; agreeable
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