Translation of impulsive in Spanish:


impulsivo, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪmˈpəlsɪv//ɪmˈpʌlsɪv/


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    I've always been impulsive siempre he sido impulsivo / me he dejado llevar por mis impulsos
    • Scientists have found that heavy smokers have less grey matter in their brains, which could make them more impulsive than non-smokers.
    • My weaknesses are that I'm impatient, impulsive and slightly stubborn.
    • She and Sam are alike: impulsive, creative, mercurial and entertaining, but they never pay any attention to anybody else.
    • Lynn once told me that I should be more impulsive.
    • Apart from some of the impulsive and crazy behaviour we see in adolescence, teenagers appear to be pretty much on a par with adults in most areas.
    • People who are mentally unstable, especially impulsive teenagers, are predisposed to suicide.
    • She was entirely too impulsive, but that was one of the things he loved about her.
    • We tend to be more impulsive, partly because money isn't such an issue for us.
    • Unfortunately, this impulsive act led to a miserable marriage that ended in divorce.
    • So I made this totally random and impulsive stop on the way home from work.
    • He was impulsive and impatient and wanted things done quickly.
    • Seeing the puzzled look on her face, I came to an impulsive decision.
    • I'm an impulsive person, and I have been known to write things I later regret.
    • Moreover, the speed and ease of electronic communication increases the risk of impulsive action.
    • His decisions are impulsive and driven by gut instinct - characteristics he doesn't abide in his staff.
    • Both were hasty, erratic, impulsive men and capable of atrocious judgment.
    • You've never done something so impulsive before.
    • After dark, the cruise ship encourages carefree and impulsive enjoyment.
    • Borderline personality disorder is characterized by mood instability and impulsive aggression.
    • I saw someone who could be impulsive and crazy in a nice way.