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Comparative SuitabilityPlay
Use 'preferable' to express that one thing is more suitable than another, often because of specific qualities or circumstances. SlideWalking is preferable to driving in heavy traffic.
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Subtle PreferencePlay
'Preferable' conveys a mild and not strong preference, suggesting a gentle recommendation rather than a command. SlideUsing public transport is preferable for the environment.
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Context MattersPlay
'Preferable' often depends on context and personal opinions, so its use can be subjective. SlideFor allergy sufferers, hardwood floors are preferable to carpet.