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Translation of "sensitive" - English-Spanish dictionary

sensitive

adjective   /ˈsen·sɪ·tɪv/
able to understand what people are feeling and behave in a way that does not upset them sensible I want a man who’s kind and sensitive.
often upset by the things people say or do susceptible She’s very sensitive about her weight.
able to react very quickly and easily delicado, sensible He has a very sensitive nose.
A sensitive subject or situation needs to be dealt with carefully in order to avoid upsetting people. delicado Religion is a sensitive issue.
(Definition of sensitive from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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 susceptible She is very sensitive to criticism.
having or showing artistic good taste sensible 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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