Pronunciation of Compatible
/kəmpˈatəbə͡l/, /kəmpˈatəbəl/, /k_ə_m_p_ˈa_t_ə_b_əl/
Antonyms for compatible:
Synonyms for compatible:
computerized, unrecoverable error, case-sensitive, accordant, digital, fatal, point-and-click, noncompatibility, computer-literate, nondigital, plug-and-play, fifth-generation, unintelligent, scalable, multiplatform, clickable, USERID, stand-alone, Antivirus, asynchronous, uncorrupted, low-level, down time, unformatted, nonvolatile, cross-platform, portability, wysiwyg, Executable, interactive, mouse-driven, machine readable, nonrecoverable, computerate, portable, software documentation, distributed, fit, predictive, object-oriented, multiaccess, software piracy, on-screen, Gated, computer, real time, bursty, self-correcting, consistent, backward-compatible, best-of-breed, consonant, USB.
Other synonyms and related words:
computational, on-screen, uncorrupted, accordant, conformable, congruous, case-sensitive, clickable, unintelligent, offline, bursty, viral, low-level, intelligent, Gated, scalable, relevant, intuitive, software, amicable, kindred, corresponding, up, sympathetic, down, unreadable, fatal, matched, miscible, consonant, well-matched, distributed, nonconflicting, united, fit, interactive, congruent, consistent, frictionless, backward-compatible, Executable, object-oriented, best-of-breed, mixable, coherent, nonvolatile, unanimous, fifth-generation, computer, synonymous, temporary, computerized, possible.
agreeable, in harmony (adjective)
Sense 2 (noun)
Usage examples for compatible:
- The large and gigantic, though very compatible with the sublime, is contrary to the beautiful. - "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.
- It was thought expedient, therefore, that the ordinary mode of church government should be extended to the Catholic church in England, in as far as was compatible with its social position. - "Pius IX. And His Time", The Rev. Ã†neas MacDonell Dawson.