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Translation of "sensibility" - English-Spanish dictionary

sensibility

noun   /ˌsen.sɪˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/
[no plural] an understanding of or ability to decide about what is good or valuable, especially in connection with artistic or social activities sensibilidad literary/musical/artistic/theatrical/aesthetic sensibility The author has applied a modern sensibility (= way of understanding things) to the social ideals of an earlier age.1120
sensibilities
feelings sensibilidad In a multicultural society we need to show respect for the sensibilities of others.2124
(Definition of sensibility from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sensibility

noun /sensiˈbiləti/
an awareness of, or an ability to create, art, literature etc showing very high standards of beauty and good taste sensibilidad a writer of great sensibility.
sensibilities noun plural
feelings that can be easily hurt by criticism etc susceptibilidad, sensibilidad Do try not to offend her sensibilities.
(Definition of sensibility from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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