Definition of recommendable in US English:

recommendable

adjective

  • See recommend

    • ‘Anti-depressants are not always recommendable because though they may alleviate depression they may trigger a manic high in the process.’
    • ‘So, besides being expensive, it is not recommendable to eat euro notes.’
    • ‘The high quality of this concert and the limited seating facilities of the venue make early booking extremely recommendable.’
    • ‘Here are some recent publications that we purchased, reviewed and considered interesting and recommendable.’
    • ‘Computer science students, IT consultants and business managers will find valuable material in this highly recommendable book.’
    • ‘A full German libretto with an English translation makes this reissue recommendable even to collectors acquainting themselves with this opera for the first time.’

Pronunciation

recommendable

/ˌrɛkəˈmɛndəb(ə)l//ˌrekəˈmendəb(ə)l/