Translation of reactive in Spanish:


reactivo, adj.

Pronunciation /riˈæktɪv//rɪˈaktɪv/


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    • Are all persons equally reactive or vulnerable to negative interpersonal events?
    • Light steering was reactive enough to inspire confidence while firm handling and suspension remained settled around S-bends and potholes.
    • The Internet poses several potential challenges to the regime that provoke a reactive state response.
    • Is the measles virus reactive to ultra violet light?
    • Thus the direction and depth of our reactive attitudes and moral responses track the type of behavior we are responding to, and help encourage or discourage it, depending on our interests.
    • Today the masculinity crisis is generally seen as a negative reactive response to feminism, to the growing independence of women, and to the blending of gender roles.
    • One study thermally characterized the reactive hyperemic response of healthy skin.
    • Steering was nicely reactive though a little too light at higher speeds.
    • The pupils should be equal, round, and reactive to light in both eyes.
    • When we see someone in such a light as this, all our reactive attitudes tend to be profoundly modified.
    • I was a bit surprised to read the reactive / defensive response of some of my classmates.
    • Among sensation seekers, Zuckerman has found, dopamine levels are low and very reactive to stimulation.
    • Individuals who have experienced severe trauma would therefore be more likely to be more reactive to pain.
    • Think about your reactive responses in the past to the same or similar experiences.
    • The less emotionally reactive the couple becomes, the less the therapist structures the enactment.
    • Generally speaking, it is a reactive organisation, which responds to demand.
    • Another component of reactive aggression is physiological response.
    • Often mydriasis occurs with the pupils poorly reactive or non-reactive to light.
    • The reactive response is when my ego is offended.
    • Again, Gibbins accounts for the history of populism in western Canada by suggesting that it is largely a reactive response to the inadequacy of regional representation in the federal government.