- n. The property of being livable.
“The big boost in business and livability from the MAX mall isn't free.”
“Neighborhood livability is diminished as trees are removed, backyards are eliminated, and sunlight is blocked by towering new structures built up to the property lines.”
“Atmospheric livability is a very thin and narrow band of conditions.”
“What does that mean for the long-term livability of your city?”
“Situated within this ideological context Vancouver's livability translates into an urbanism that elevates fitness, leisure, and comfort as the ultimate barometers of city life.”
“Since he owns a local business and he and his wife are raising their children here, he has a vested interest in the long-term livability of Silverthorne.”
“A lot of what I bring up has to do with long term livability of the property or relative value.”
“Conspicuously absent from the list of rising global power centers are other traditional urban centers that will do just fine because of their 'livability' - including Vienna; Zurich, Switzerland; and Vancouver, British Columbia.”
“Capital ranks last in livability among Israel’s largest cities”
“It’s embarrassing and troublesome, and there’s no nice way to say it: Jerusalem, Israel’s capital, was ranked last in livability among the country’s 15 largest cities in a survey conducted by TheMarker and Ha’ir.”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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