Bedeutung von “sensible” — Learner’s Dictionary

sensible

adjective us uk /ˈsensɪbl/
That's a much more sensible idea.It would be sensible to make a backup of your work.Take sensible precautions to avoid accidents.Sensible planning has helped the city to avoid congestion problems.Make sure you eat a sensible diet.
JUDGMENT

B1 showing good judgment:

a sensible decision
[ + to do sth ] Wouldn't it be more sensible to leave before the traffic gets bad?
She's only thirteen but she's very sensible.
PRACTICAL

having a practical purpose:

sensible shoes/clothes
sensibly adverb

to eat/behave sensibly
sensibly dressed for the weather

(Definition von “sensible” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)