English → English - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. set aside, allot; take without permission
adj. suitable; fitting, proper
v. pocket, appropriate, take without permission

English → Spanish - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. asignar, destinar, presupuestar; apropiarse de, incautarse de, tomar posesión de
adj. apropiado, adecuado, condigno, congruente, conveniente, correcto, correspondiente, digno de aceptación, procedente

English → French - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. s'approprier quelque chose; s'emparer de; s'attribuer, se destiner
adj. adéquat, approprié, juste

English → German - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. beiseite legen, anhäufen; sich ohne Erlaubnis aneignen, beschlagnahmen
adj. angemessen; passend

English → Indonesian - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. mengambil untuk diri sendiri, memperuntukkan, menyediakan, mempersediakan, menyisihkan
a. cocok, pantas, tepat, kena, sesuai, patut, sreg

English → Italian - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. stanziare, assegnare; appropriarsi; sottrarre
agg. appropriato, adatto; proprio

English → Polish - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. przywłaszczać sobie, przeznaczyć na cel, asygnować, przydzielać, organizować, zaanektować
a. stosowny, godny, właściwy, należyty

English → Portuguese - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. apropriar-se de algo; destinar (verbas), elaborar orçamento; tomar posse
adj. apropriado; apto; conveniente; oportuno

English → Romanian - appropriate

Pronunciation
a. apropriat, potrivit, adecvat, convenabil, propriu, specific
v. aloca, apropria, apropria: a-şi apropria, destina, amenaja, însuşi: a-şi însuşi, lua în posesiune, afecta

English → Russian - appropriate

Pronunciation
г. присваивать, красть, предназначать, ассигновать
прил. соответствующий, подходящий, присущий, свойственный

English → Turkish - appropriate

Pronunciation
f. kendine mâletmek, iç etmek, özelleştirmek, üstüne oturmak, el koymak; ayırmak
s. uygun, yerinde, yakışık alır, has, özgü, biçilmiş kaftan

English → Ukrainian - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. привласнювати, красти, призначати, асигнувати, виділяти, пристосовувати, присвоювати
a. відповідний, підхожий, доречний, придатний, властивий, притаманний, присвоєний, належний, корисливий, егоїстичний, засвоєний

English → Dutch - appropriate

Pronunciation
ww. toewijzen, toebedelen; nemen (zonder vergunning)
bn. geschikt, passend, juist

English → Greek - appropriate

Pronunciation
ρήμ. προορίζω, σφετερίζομαι
επίθ. κατάλληλος

English → Arabic - appropriate

Pronunciation
‏إستولى، خصص، أخذ من غير إذن، فرد لغرض معين‏
‏مناسب، موافق، ملائم، كاف‏

English → Chinese - appropriate

Pronunciation
(动) 拨出; 挪用, 盗用; 占用
(形) 适当的, 恰当的, 相称的

English → Chinese - appropriate

Pronunciation
(動) 撥出; 挪用, 盜用; 佔用
(形) 適當的, 恰當的, 相稱的

English → Hindi - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. अपनाना, हड़पना
a. यथोचित, उपयुक्त, ठीक, माकूल, सुष्ठ

English → Japanese - appropriate

Pronunciation
(動) 充当する; 取りのけておく; 着服する
(形) 適当な; ちょうどいい

English → Korean - appropriate

Pronunciation
동. 충당하다, 유용하다; 도용하다, 허락없이 취하다
형. 적당한; 알맞는, 적절한

English → Vietnamese - appropriate

Pronunciation
v. làm của riêng
a. thích hợp, riêng biệt, thích đáng, đặc biệt, xứng đáng, để dành riêng

Definition of appropriate

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.
2. Hence, belonging peculiarly; peculiar; suitable; fit; proper.
The headmaster wondered what an appropriate measure would be to make the pupil behave better.
3. Suitable to the social situation or to social respect or social discreetness; socially correct; socially discreet; well-mannered; proper.
I don't think it was appropriate for the cashier to tell me out loud in front of all those people at the check-out that my hair-piece looked like it was falling out of place.
While it is not considered appropriate for a professor to date his student, there is no such concern once the semester has ended.
Verb
4. To make suitable; to suit.
William Paley
5. To take to oneself; to claim or use, especially as by an exclusive right.
Let no man appropriate the use of a common benefit.
6. To set apart for, or assign to, a particular person or use, especially in exclusion of all others; with to or for.
A spot of ground is appropriated for a garden.
To appropriate money for the increase of the navy
7. To annex, as a benefice, to a spiritual corporation, as its property.
© Wordnet 3.1 & Wiktionary - Combined dictionary for best results.


Verb Forms

Present participle: appropriating
Present: appropriate (3.person: appropriates)
Past: appropriated
Future: will appropriate
Present conditional: would appropriate
Present Perfect: have appropriated (3.person: has appropriated)
Past Perfect: had appropriated
Future Perfect: will have appropriated
Past conditional: would have appropriated
© dictionarist.com