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Translation of "sensitive" - English-Turkish dictionary

sensitive

adjective     /ˈsensɪtɪv/
KIND
B2 able to understand what people are feeling and deal with them in a way that does not upset them duyarlı, hassas I want a man who's kind and sensitive.Sympathy and compassionEmpathy and sensitivitySympathy and compassion
EASILY UPSET
B2 easily upset by the things people say or do duyarlı, alıngan, buluttan nem kapan He was always sensitive to criticism. She's very sensitive about her weight.Becoming too excited and easily upset
SUBJECT
B2 A sensitive subject or situation needs to be dealt with carefully in order to avoid upsetting people. nazik, hassas, itina edilmesi gereken, dikkatle ele alınması gereken Gender is a very sensitive subject.Reacting and responding
EASILY DAMAGED
easily damaged or hurt duyarlı, hassas, çabuk etkilenen sensitive eyes/skinFragile and breakable
EQUIPMENT
B2 Sensitive equipment is able to measure very small changes. hassas, dakik →  Opposite insensitive Electricity and electronics
sensitively adverb
duyarlı bir şekilde I think she dealt with the problem very sensitively.
sensitivity     /ˌsensɪˈtɪvəti/ noun [U]
when someone or something is sensitive duyarlık, hassaslık; hassasiyet, duyarlılık Sympathy and compassion
(Definition of sensitive from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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