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simpatico

[ sim-pah-ti-koh, -pat-i- ]
/ sɪmˈpɑ tɪˌkoʊ, -ˈpæt ɪ- /
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adjective

congenial or like-minded; likable: I find our new neighbor simpatico in every respect.

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Origin of simpatico

First recorded in 1860–65; from Italian: literally, “sympathetic,” equivalent to simpat(ia) sympathy + -ico -ic; related in meaning to Spanish simpático, French sympathique, and German sympatisch

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH simpatico

empathetic, sympathetic, simpatico
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British Dictionary definitions for simpatico

simpatico
/ (sɪmˈpɑːtɪˌkəʊ, -ˈpæt-) /

adjective informal

pleasant or congenial
of similar mind or temperament; compatible

Word Origin for simpatico

Italian: from simpatia sympathy
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