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simpatico

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English

Etymology

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Adjective

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Positive
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  1. Having a compatible temperament
  2. Having pleasing qualities

Italian

Etymology 1

Adjective

simpatico m (f simpatica, m plural simpatici, f plural simpatiche)

  1. nice, pleasing, popular, cute, amusing, funny
  2. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) sympathetic, invisible
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Noun

simpatico m. (plural simpatici) - feminine simpatica

  1. nice person, pleasing person, popular person, cute person, amusing person, funny person

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Etymology 2

Adjective

simpatico m (f simpatica, m plural simpatici, f plural simpatiche)

  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) sympathetic

Noun

simpatico m. (plural simpatici)

  1. automatic (or sympathetic) nervous system

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