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sensitive /ˈsensətɪv, ˈsensɪtɪv/ adjective


مهم ، حساس ، نفوذ پذیر ، دارای حساسیت ، علوم مهندسی: حساس ، علوم نظامی: حیاتی از نظر عملیاتی منطقه حساس
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

sensitive
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- easily hurt, delicate, tender
- susceptible, easily affected, impressionable, responsive, touchy-feely (informal)
- touchy, easily offended, easily upset, thin-skinned
- responsive, acute, fine, keen, precise
Antonyms: insensitive, unsensitive
Contrasted words: impervious, insensible, unfeeling, unimpressionable, unresponsive, wooden, insensate, unaffected, unemotional
Related Words: hypersensitive, supersensitive, high-strung, irritable, nervous, tense, insultable, oversensitive, umbrageous, unstable, perceiving, seeing, aware, cognizant, conscious, knowing, understanding, affected, impressed, influenced, disposed, inclined, predisposed
English Thesaurus: secret, confidential, classified, sensitive, covert, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

sensitive S3 W3 /ˈsensətɪv, ˈsensɪtɪv/ adjective
[Word Family: adjective: sensible, insensible, senseless, sensitiveinsensitive, sensory, nonsensical, insensate; noun: sensenonsense, sensibilityinsensibility, sensitivityinsensitivity, senselessness, sensitization, sensor; adverb: sensibly, senselessly, sensitivelyinsensitively; verb: sense, sensitize]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: sensitif, from Medieval Latin sensitivus, from Latin sensus; sense1]

1. UNDERSTANDING PEOPLE able to understand other people’s feelings and problems Antonym : insensitive:
a sensitive and intelligent young man
sensitive to
It’s made me much more sensitive to the needs of the disabled.

2. EASILY OFFENDED easily upset or offended by events or things that people say:
a very sensitive child
sensitive about
Laura’s sensitive about her weight.
sensitive to
Throughout her career she remained very sensitive to criticism.
sensitive soul British English (=someone who is easily upset by small or unimportant things)hypersensitive

3. EASILY AFFECTED easily affected or damaged by something such as a substance or temperature:
Wetlands are environmentally sensitive areas.
a baby’s sensitive skin
sensitive to
Older people tend to be very sensitive to cold.
Increasing numbers of people are sensitive to cow’s milk.

4. SITUATION/SUBJECT a situation or subject that is sensitive needs to be dealt with very carefully, because it is secret or because it may offend people:
Abortion is a very sensitive issue.
sensitive matters such as national security
highly sensitive information

5. REACTING TO CHANGES reacting to very small changes in light, temperature, position etc:
a highly sensitive electronic camera
light-sensitive/heat-sensitive etc
light-sensitive photographic paper

6. ART/MUSIC ETC able to understand or express yourself through art, music, literature etc:
a very sensitive performance
—sensitively adverb:
It is an issue which needs to be handled sensitively.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

sensitive
adj.
I. able to understand other people's feelings
VERBS be | become | make sb Her experiences had made her sensitive to other people's troubles.
ADV. deeply, extremely, highly, unusually, very a highly sensitive, caring man
increasingly | quite
PREP. to Horses are very sensitive to their riders' moods.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sensitive
II. easily upset/annoyed
VERBS be, seem | become | remain
ADV. acutely, deeply, extremely, morbidly, painfully, particularly, terribly, very | a bit, pretty, rather
PREP. about Teenagers are often very sensitive about their appearance.
to He was acutely sensitive to criticism.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sensitive
III. needing to be dealt with carefully
VERBS be | become | remain
ADV. extremely, highly, particularly, very this highly sensitive issue
fairly, rather, somewhat a somewhat sensitive question
commercially, environmentally, politically, socially commercially sensitive information

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sensitive
IV. reacting quickly/more than usual to sth
VERBS be | become
ADV. extremely, highly, morbidly, painfully, particularly, unusually, very | quite
PREP. to Her eyes are very sensitive to light.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sensitive
V. able to measure very small changes
VERBS be The bat's hearing is remarkably sensitive.
ADV. acutely, especially, exquisitely, extremely, highly, keenly, remarkably, very The equipment is highly sensitive.
fairly, quite | enough, sufficiently The probe is sensitive enough to detect the presence of a single microbe.
PREP. to sensitive to the slightest movement

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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