Traducción de reasonable en Español:

reasonable

razonable, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈriːz(ə)nəb(ə)l//ˈriz(ə)nəb(ə)l/

adjetivo

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    (person/offer/request) razonable
    what was the food like? — reasonable ¿cómo era la comida? — aceptable
    • it must be proved beyond reasonable doubt tiene que ser demostrado sin que quede lugar a duda
    • you stand a reasonable chance of winning tienes bastantes posibilidades de ganar
    • how are you feeling? — oh, reasonable ¿qué tal te encuentras? — aquí ando, tirando
    • A government agency is starting to sound reasonable.
    • The highest burden of proof is enshrined within criminal proceedings and is based upon ‘beyond reasonable doubt’.
    • What is appropriate and reasonable has to be assessed in individual circumstances.
    • The problem, it seems, is that Morocco is eager to sell its image as a moderate, reasonable state within a sea of unreasonable countries.
    • Even moderate and reasonable right-wingers benefit from a mass of angry people even further right.
    • ‘It might sound reasonable but all it really says is, ‘we haven't the cash ’,’ said Flood.
    • The coverage cast Mankiw as a reasonable critic and a moderate.
    • It is no longer essentially a matter of high seas freedom moderated by reasonable use, but one of legal obligation to protect the environment.
    • What would you like to put forward as the appropriate reasonable number of hours?
    • Appropriate transformations resulted in reasonable approximations of the data to normality.
    • It would not now be appropriate or reasonable to introduce such a requirement,’ he added.
    • The only obligation required of her was a reasonable and appropriate one - to allow her girls to visit their father and have a relationship with him.
    • I was able to make some reasonable money from my sport for the first time.
    • That decision reflects a reasonable economy of force, especially as the necessary points are clearly illustrated in the battle narratives.
    • Classed as moderate requiring a reasonable level of fitness, it covers 53 km and is available from October this year to April.
    • It's thick stuff, and in a legal sense, it's enough to sow reasonable doubt.
    • Residents of the area should also be able to enjoy reasonable protection and safety for themselves and their property.
    • They created a problem for Ms. Young, though, since they made me sound intelligent and reasonable.
    • I think it was a very reasonable and sensible solution.
    • The assumption is that when we do these things we are failing: we should think before we act, be thoughtful and reasonable, and be able to put straightforward thoughts into words.
    • I am satisfied that the steps taken by the police were appropriate and reasonable in the light of the information available to them.
    • There were at all times appropriate, reasonable and obvious alternatives to the unacceptable behaviour he chose to adopt.
    • Over the years I've been able to put a reasonable amount away for when I get out.
    • Today, the Prime Minister released his two options for Senate reform describing them as moderate and reasonable.
    • It is reasonable and appropriate that rural interests insist they be given special attention in public policy formation and implementation.
    • That's the only logical conclusion that a reasonable person can draw.
    • Whereas a rate of intervention that is appropriate or reasonable is unknown, there are no obvious clinical reasons for intervention rates to be higher in private than in public patients.
    • The first stage is for the clinician to decide whether or not a ventilator-supported patient has a reasonable likelihood of being able to breathe on his or her own.
    • This person is referred to in the Dutch press as being a moderate and reasonable politician!
    • Should a reasonable person be able to assume that law and ethics are the same?
    • We have to convince a reasonable and appropriate proportion of people in society within different sectors within society.
    • Again, being able to make a reasonable deposit will help convince them you are serious and not a bad risk.
    • The comments to the caregiver were neither fair, nor reasonable, nor moderate.
    • He voted very conservatively, but he appeared to be a moderate, reasonable person because he was candid with the press and open.
    • And then it runs a reply from Wolfe - one that doesn't make him sound any more reasonable than the original article did.
    • I think you can make really exciting, interesting television news that could become the medium of record for reasonable, moderate people.
    • Set behavioral rules but make sure they are few in number, reasonable and appropriate to the child's age and development.
    • Even that is limited by what is reasonable and appropriate.
    • I can't wait till this is offered by more airlines; I'll gladly pay a reasonable fee to be able to get some work done on my flights.
    • It was a sensible, reasonable, rational group.
    • They look good and we're in the process now of trying to scale up the capability of the manufacturers to be able to make enough of this so that we would be able to have a reasonable stockpile.
    • Despite gallant efforts by its board, management and staff and good public support, the airport has never been able to get a reasonable period of stability to prove itself.
    • The folks who pushed for the rule making are now saying, ‘Well, of course, we are very moderate and reasonable.’
    • Therefore, that which becomes customary is the most reasonable and appropriate course of action to be followed.
    • A family on a one hundred acre farm should be able to earn a reasonable family income from activities on the property.
    • Now, that sounds to me - and I think it will sound to any reasonable viewers and listeners - a pretty imperial statement.
    • People who can still pay attention to the road and judge speed and distance with reasonable accuracy may be able to give up driving in stages.
    • He speaks with a heavy Yorkshire accent and he peppers his talk with ‘quite’ which makes him sound extremely reasonable.
    • But the ends to which it aspires are neither moderate, nor reasonable, and it gives me a squirmy feeling to contemplate them.
    • Self-control will help them appear strong, sensible, and reasonable rather than demanding, argumentative, or stubborn.
    • A scheme member can expect the trustee to respect these wishes, particularly if they are reasonable and appropriate, and if they were updated after the marriage.
    • This might sound almost reasonable if it weren't for one small ‘but.’
    • He would be able to retire in reasonable comfort on that.
    • Well, I think there's enough reasonable doubt to fill a truck.
    • Bravery also requires recognizing when standing up to these threats is reasonable and appropriate, and it requires acting on one's recognition.
    • In that regard Bishop Ryan always came across as a moderate, reasonable and compassionate man who gave very deep consideration to his responses.
    • I think the country is probably more moderate and reasonable in general than the atmosphere has become.
    • I do not believe it is moderate, or reasonable, or just to label all citizens of Israel as ‘soldiers’ and thus fair game for murder.
    • Peter is correct, in the sense that it's reasonable to discuss defense spending.
    • It is saying that the only way in which we, as a group of reasonable people, were able to interpret the provision was in that way.
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    (price/sum) razonable
    (sum/price) moderado
    their shoes are very reasonable sus zapatos están muy bien de precio / no son nada caros
    • Export subsidies help to provide them with a supply of products at reasonable prices and do much to alleviate food shortages.
    • The 22-year-old company's basic principle is to develop new, simple products at reasonable prices by making the best use of the materials.
    • You'll need to get your rest, and since Kent isn't exactly a top tourist destination, you should be able to find something reasonable.
    • Consumers want consistent high quality products at a reasonable price.
    • It's a reasonable price for the product.
    • Filling a void in the marketplace for quality products at reasonable prices, the Smith Brothers name has grown to be a very trusted name in the Western Industry.
    • Collectively, we have managed to deliver expensive fish at a reasonable price while at the same time generating significant revenues for stakeholders.
    • Our mission is to provide the surfing public with high quality, unique products at a reasonable price.
    • Mr Baker said the apartments would be set at reasonable prices and the most expensive penthouse would be about £250,000.
    • Consumers are prepared to pay a reasonable price for food products, provided these are safe and produced to a high standard.
    • Contacting a local ghillie was easy and for a reasonable fee we were able to arrange for her to spend a day on the river trying to catch one of these leviathans.
    • He said he was saddened that instead of supporting farmers by buying their produce at a reasonable price, some traders and millers had decided to exploit them.
    • With reasonable prices and fine quality, his company's egg products sold well in American and European markets which bought him substantial profits.
    • Although not free, the license price is reasonable compared to other products.
    • It's a shame that these companies don't realise that, at the end of the day, consumers just want quality products at reasonable prices.
    • Thus the moment is right for U.S. exporters who can provide a reliable supply of high-quality organic products at a reasonable price.
    • Pressure will be maintained on the Commission to manage the dairy market, internally and externally, in a way that allows a reasonable price return to producers.
    • At the farmers' market in the Lismore Showground on Saturday mornings there is a wonderful selection of fresh produce at very reasonable prices.
    • These services include excellent products, reasonable prices, and astronomical shipping fees.
    • Enterprises must compete with operators and owners to provide the best quality products and services at reasonable prices.