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Spanish translation of “susceptible”

susceptible

adjective /səˈseptəbəl/
likely to be affected or harmed by someone or something
Susceptible
Old people are especially susceptible to the disease.
easily influenced emotionally; impressionable
Susceptible
Children are uniquely susceptible to advertising messages.
(formal) capable of something
Capaz
a small table with two shelves susceptible of being raised and lowered.
susceptibility /səˌseptəˈbiliti/ noun
Susceptibilidad
genetic susceptibility to disease.
(Definition of susceptible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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