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sensible

adjective
 
 
/ˈsensɪbl/
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.Wise and sensible
PRACTICAL having a practical purpose: sensible shoes/clothesGoals and purposes
sensibly adverb to eat/behave sensibly sensibly dressed for the weather
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