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sensitive

adjective /ˈsensitiv/
(usually with to) strongly or easily affected (by something)
sensible, delicado
sensitive skin sensitive to light.
(usually with aboutor to) easily hurt or offended She is very sensitive to criticism. having or showing artistic good taste a sensitive writer a sensitive performance. sensitively adverb
con sensibilidad
He sensitively avoided mentioning her ex-husband’s new girlfriend.
sensitiveness noun
sensibilidad
sensitivity noun
sensibilidad
I thought she handled a delicate situation with great sensitivity.
(Definition of sensitive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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