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comfortable

1. adjective (of person) physically at ease2. adjective (of place, garment etc) giving physical ease3. adjective MED without pain4. adjective free from worry or problems5. adjective easy, reassuring6. adjective free from financial difficulty7. adjective by a wide margin 1 adjective (of person) physically at easecompordach adj1  c m uare you comfortable enough there? an bhfuil tú sách compordach ansin? he made himself comfortable on the sofa chlutharaigh sé é féin ar an tolg, shoiprigh sé é féin ar an tolg, sheadaigh sé é féin ar an tolg 2 adjective (of place, garment etc) giving physical easecompordach adj1  c m ua comfortable bed leaba chompordachthe jacket is comfortable to wear tá an seaicéad compordach le caitheamh, seaicéad é a mbíonn tú compordach ann
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3 adjective MED without paincompordach adj1  c m uensure that the patient is comfortable déan cinnte go bhfuil an t-othar compordach, déan cinnte nach bhfuil an t-othar i bpian 4 adjective free from worry or problemsar do chompordar do shuaimhneassásta adj3  c m uhe felt comfortable in the new job bhí sé ar a chompord sa phost nuaI'm not comfortable with boats ní maith liom báid, ní bhím ar mo chompord ar bháid 5 adjective easy, reassuringcompordach adj1  c m uEnglish is comfortable for the students tá na mic léinn compordach leis an mBéarla, tá na mic léinn ar a suaimhneas leis an mBéarla 6 adjective free from financial difficultyar do chompordi do shuí go tethey have a comfortable lifestyle tá saol na bhfuíoll acu, tá siad go maith as, tá siad ina suí go te 7 adjective by a wide marginéasca adj3  c m ufurasta adj3  c m uwe had a comfortable win bhí bua éasca againn, bhaineamar go furasta, bhuamar go saoráideach