Meaning of sociably in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsəʊʃəbli/

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‘Children and young people will start to function sociably when adults start treating them with respect by giving them quality time, clean air to breathe. wholesome food to eat and space in which to play safely.’
  • ‘How do babies learn to speak, to behave sociably, to walk and run and all the rest of it?’
  • ‘Skyrac has a reputation for being a competitive club but many of its members just enjoy running sociably with others on a couple of evenings a week.’
  • ‘The other first class passengers chatted sociably while the steward and his two helpers waited in the background.’
  • ‘We can talk sociably, but do this best if there is a topic focus with lots of opinions, facts and figures.’