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sympathisch in English:

1. congenial congenial


pleasant in a way that makes you feel comfortable and relaxed (The department provides a congenial atmosphere for research.)
congenial company / surroundings

English word "sympathisch"(congenial) occurs in sets:

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2. sympathetic sympathetic


A good doctor is sympathetic to his patients.
Empathetic and sympathetic are similar words, but they’re not the same. While being empathetic means putting yourself easily and completely in another person’s shoes, being sympathetic means showing concern for someone when something bad happens to them.
You should talk to Kerry - she's very sympathetic.
She is very sympathetic.
I'm sympathetic to parents who are worried about what their children see on television.
You'd think his children would be more sympathetic TOWARDS him after all he's gone through.
He's sympathetic to our plan.
She tried to use a sympathetic tone of voice.
The police officers were sympathetic but couldn't do anything.
He suffers from back trouble too, so he was very sympathetic about my problem.
I am sympathetic with people in Syria.
she was sympathetic towards staff with family problems / he spoke in a sympathetic tone / buildings that were sympathetic to their surroundings
The local police said they were always sympathetic to acts of goods citizenship.
Troy was sympathetic and pleasant, but he wasn't a good friend when he really mattered.
Technically, drugs that cause miosis can relieve the PNS effects of those causing mydriasis since sympathetic and parasympathetic stimulation tend to negate each others' effects.

English word "sympathisch"(sympathetic) occurs in sets:

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