Bedeutung von “reasonable” im Essential American English Dictionary


adjective us /ˈri·zə·nə·bəl, ˈriz·nə·bəl/

B1 big enough or large enough in number, although not very big or not many:

There were a reasonable number of people there.

B1 not expensive:

reasonable prices

B1 good enough but not the best:

The service in the restaurant is reasonable.

fair and showing good judgment:

It’s not reasonable to expect people to work those hours.

based on facts that can be explained:

There must be a reasonable explanation for all of this.

(Definition von “reasonable” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)