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Translation of "sensible" - English-Spanish dictionary

sensible

adjective   /ˈsen·sɪ·bl/
B1 showing the ability to make good decisions and do things that will not make problems sensato, razonable That seems a sensible decision. Wouldn’t it be more sensible to leave before the traffic gets bad?
sensibly adverb /ˈsen·sɪ·bli/
sensatamente, razonablemente I sensibly wore my warm coat. She eats sensibly.
(Definition of sensible from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sensible

adjective /ˈsensəbl/
wise; having or showing good judgement sensato She’s a sensible, reliable person a sensible suggestion.
(of clothes etc) practical rather than attractive or fashionable práctico, cómodo She wears flat, sensible shoes.
sensibly adverb
in a sensible way con sensatez He sensibly brought a spare pair of hiking boots.
(Definition of sensible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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