This letter contains sensitive information that may offend some people.
Life's experiences make vivid records on the sensitive plate of his mind.
The hacker gained access to sensitive files in the company's database.
A sensitive person can be easily hurt or offended.
He's really sensitive to heat and I'm sensitive to the cold. What should we do about our bedroom?
As I'm sensitive to heat, I can't live comfortably without air-conditioning in summer.
Her reply showed that she was very sensitive to criticism. He was very sensitive about his scar and thought everyone was staring at him. Sex education and birth control are sensitive issues.
The drumming of his fingers was thunderous to Alicia's sensitive ears.
I want a man who's kind and sensitive. Gender is a very sensitive subject. sensitive eyes/skin
The reason she loves him is because he's so sensitive.
His parents were very pleased that their son had such a caring and sensitive teacher.
The European Union is sensitive enough to take such topics into consideration.
Don’t mention his results, he’s feeling a bit sensitive.
Snakes are -to a certain extent- deaf, but can still hear very low sounds and are very sensitive to smells.
Inglés palabrawrażliwy"(sensitive) ocurre en conjuntos:Features of character / Cechy charakterudział człowiek cechy charakteru longmanodpowiedz przymiotniki czlowiek ubraniaNew English File INTERMEDIATE I unitPresent perfect SINCE JUST ALREADY YET
A bite might kill you – or make you vulnerable to attack from other animals.
Baby animals are as vulnerable as human children. They need constant help.
Tourists are more vulnerable to attack, because they do not know which areas of the city to avoid.
The security company says this is the most vulnerable point.
a leader may try to crush a competitor by subsidizing lower prices for a vulnerable product with revenue from its more profitable products
Children living in slums and shantytowns are the most disadvantaged and vulnerable.
Although people of all ages are at risk to chemical exposure, children and pregnant women are particularly vulnerable.
I never felt so low when I was vulnerable.
Do you want to take home this vulnerable puppies?
When I gave him the money, he looked so vulnerable, like a little boy.
vulnerable = someone exposed to harm who can't defend themselves
The definition of vulnerable is easily hurt or delicate. This little chick is very vulnerable.
I feel very vulnerable since losing my best friend / If you don't eat properly, you may become more vulnerable to disease
The talented young chess player is very bold. He deliberately lays himself open to attack, makes himself vulnerable and then checkmates his opponent when least expected.
Inglés palabrawrażliwy"(vulnerable) ocurre en conjuntos:Angielski Studia 2B Clothes and fashion7 Habits of highly effective peopleBednarski - Agnieszka - Lista 8 E-PSmokers to face one more banBritish council - vocabulary
You worry about teenagers because they’re at such an impressionable age.
Don't cry! You are so impressionable.
someone who is impressionable is easily impressed and influenced by other people, usually because they are young and lack experience in life
He's at that impressionable age when he's very easily led by other children.
Inglés palabrawrażliwy"(impressionable) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiszki z książki - "The Semantic War" (Bill Clothier)personality traits 2Charakter and PersonalityHuman adjectives 7słówka z czytania2
horrors are not for people who are squeamish
I'd seen enough in the hospital to make me squeamish.
shit and not be squeamish about taking a good look."
Inglés palabrawrażliwy"(squeamish) ocurre en conjuntos:1PNJAczw_chołod homeworkunit 1 adjectives IRevelation Space
Our teenage daughter is sensible so we can trust her.
A sensible man wouldn't say such a thing in public.
I dreamt that Congress effected sensible tax reform to improve the lot of the working class. I then woke up in a gutter with nothing but ragged clothes and a stolen guitar to my name.
Really, my lady stammered out the haberdasher, after what appeared to us to be a most ominous pause, "I am deeply sensible of your ladyship's patronage, and the patronage of your ladyship's niece."
From children to the elderly, sensible exercise has a good effect on the body.
Throat and nose membranes hurt by dry air allow cold viruses to enter more easily. It is important to carry out sensible counter plans against the cold with heaters and against the dryness with humidifiers.
The doctor gave her sensible advice on how to lose weight.
It is not so important how much I will earn but my job must be sensible and enjoyable.
I cannot believe that it is sensible to spend so much
And they've been taking just some really sensible measures – measures around having more progressive tax, around investing in a higher minimum wage
sensible person is very practical and down-to-earth
I hope that the C Committee will reach sensible compromises.
/ˈsen.sɪ.bl̩/ a sensible answer/approach/compromise/option a sensible person I think the sensible thing to do is call and ask for directions. It would be sensible to take an umbrella.
But he who knows what insanity is, is sane; whereas insanity can no more be sensible of its own existence, than blindness can see itself.
Inglés palabrawrażliwy"(sensible) ocurre en conjuntos:Personal Details/appearanceNew English File - część 1.cechy charakteru