Translation of compliant in Spanish:

compliant

Pronunciation: /kəmˈplaɪənt//kəmˈplʌɪənt/

adjective

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    (person) que se amolda a los deseos de los demás
    (workforce) dócil
    • If humans were generally always compliant to authority then ‘minimise hierarchy’ would present no problem.
    • His anxiety proneness seems less pronounced now than it was in 1985, but in spite of this he proved to be abnormally suggestible, compliant and acquiescent.
    • You are logical and compliant but only to a degree.
    • Perhaps he had expected to find her still a compliant little girl, but he seemed visibly taken aback by her anger.
    • I did not form the view that he was excessively compliant.
    • I was compliant to a point in my physical training.
    • Instead of saying this, however, I nodded like the compliant little girl he wanted me to be.
    • Children are amazingly docile and compliant, obediently following the instructions of their elders as if they know no other way.
    • Government employment figures, compliant journalists and even the public might start to believe that the vast profits made by the company are being used for ‘investing in people’.
    • Has your student gone from predictably polite and compliant to moody and disagreeable?
    • Lucia observed that he was compliant to the point of being a pushover.
    • This is not a complaint about the dancers: they were talented, compliant to the choreography, energetic and committed.
    • At issue are those 15 days and whether the media was too compliant and trusting in generally agreeing to government blackout requests.
    • As soon as the band stops being compliant to what the record label needs them to churn out or start to under-perform they are sacked.
    • Structured finance is extraordinarily flexible and, by its very nature, compliant to the wants and needs of the marketplace.
    • Ryan quickly learned the rules: stay silent, be compliant, don't look up, don't look out the window, don't speak unless spoken to.
    • Were they too docile and too compliant, and did they fail to ask the skeptical questions and raise the objections they should have in the run-up to war?
    • Once that was done, they were supposed to revert to docile, compliant citizens, content to cooperate with allies no longer supportive of their aspirations.
    • As a bonus, the ingrained discipline and level of fitness of a dancer makes them generally compliant to hold poses for longer periods than the average client or model, without discomfort or complaint.
    • The group is also concerned that excessive medication may be used to to make residents more compliant.