Traducción de understandable en Español:

understandable

comprensible, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌəndərˈstændəb(ə)l//ʌndəˈstandəbl/

adjetivo

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    comprensible
    she's annoyed — that's understandable está molesta — es comprensible / no es para menos
    • it is understandable that (+ subj) es comprensible / es normal que
    • it's understandable that he should feel like that es comprensible / es normal que se sienta así
    • These sentiments might be understandable, but again they're hardly rational.
    • She gave me completely understandable reasons for her words, her actions and her choices.
    • Some delay in assessing complex claims and establishing facts is understandable.
    • They hate her for understandable reasons: she has all but destroyed their cause.
    • They did not choose to exercise that option, for understandable reasons.
    • Business customers are always slow in upgrading, for obvious and understandable reasons.
    • Still, regardless of whether it's understandable or normal, the tension's still there.
    • It was, of course, an innocent mistake, perhaps understandable at the end of what has been a giddying week.
    • When you take these things into account it's understandable where we are.
    • This reaction was entirely predictable and understandable, albeit a bit extreme.
    • It was an understandable mistake when the request was made by phone.
    • This is understandable but in the long term it is a serious mistake.
    • She is able to explain the more arcane bits of theology in a very clear and understandable way.
    • He has his reasons and they are understandable.
    • It is understandable that businesses want to provide best value and have a cost-effective system.
    • So why did it seem so understandable and even, dare I say it, innocent, in his telling?
    • Many directors and actors in this country have made the same understandable mistake.
    • His reasons for leaving were understandable.
    • Such a reaction was perhaps understandable in the heat of the moment.
    • The pride she feels in what she is doing, while understandable, is borderline smug.
    • It is quite understandable then that he is able to get home a great deal earlier than expected.