suitable adj.

VERBS be, look, prove, seem, sound | make sth The exercise-with-answer-key format makes the book suitable for self-study. | consider sth, deem sth These properties are considered especially suitable for older people.

ADV. eminently, especially, highly, particularly, very | perfectly | quite | not entirely, not quite, not really This holiday is not really suitable for wheelchair users. | not necessarily | hardly, scarcely | potentially | equally There are many other training courses that would be equally suitable.

PREP. as not suitable as a word-processing program | for The walk is suitable for all the family. | to conditions suitable to their development