1.1subsceptible to(open, vulnerable)(infection/colds) propenso ahe's quite susceptible to a bit of flattery — se lo puede persuadir halagándolo un poco
- the style is very susceptible to parody — el estilo se presta a la parodia
- With the festive season in full swing during the winter months, you may also become susceptible to illness.
- Why do you seem particularly susceptible to that injury?
- A vitamin deficiency can cause normal body functions to break down and render a person susceptible to disease.
- Therefore, more research is needed to identify subgroups that may be particularly susceptible to pressure reduction strategies.
- Trees susceptible to frost damage should be trimmed immediately after the last chance of frost.
- Children most susceptible to bone plate disturbances are those with poor muscle development.
- Since yours were newly planted, they were likely more susceptible to the cold.
- The lack of knowledge about AIDS and venereal diseases generally makes this group particularly susceptible to infection.
- In susceptible individuals, panic disorder's debilitating symptoms can lead to major depression.
- In turn, those areas become susceptible to injury.
- There are also concerns that a roof could make the tower more susceptible to damage from the elements.
- Despite recovering from the accident, the 31-year-old's neck remains susceptible to further injury.
- Longer limbs are tougher to control and generate force that leaves them susceptible to injuries.
- Less robust people and children are more susceptible to the disease.
- Adult birds are susceptible to lead poisoning when their food source is contaminated.
- Experts said they are the most susceptible to damage in large quakes.
- People who exercise regularly are less susceptible to minor viral illnesses, such as colds and flu.
- However, while adults are less susceptible to varicella infection, they are more likely to die of chicken pox.
- Rural teachers, in particular, were susceptible to pressure from resentful parents in their communities.
- Avoid early planting dates if susceptible inbreds or hybrids are planted.
- As a susceptible child, I was brainwashed into believing that was true.
- It occurs when a susceptible person is confronted with a stressful situation, etc.
- Yet she agrees they are highly susceptible to peer pressure.
- This proves the consumer is susceptible and can change at a whim.
- He was a cheerful, gregarious man, as endlessly curious as a cat, highly emotional and susceptible.
- Sarah was susceptible to all the feelings and emotions of ordinary women.
formal(capable)(change, improvement) susceptible de
- These things are not susceptible of translation into a simple ‘yes or no’ question.
- Each item separately may be susceptible of an innocent explanation.