In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(engine/brakes) sensible(person/nature) receptivoresponsive to sth/sb
- the orchestra was very responsive to the conductor — la orquesta le respondió muy bien al director
- the public was not very responsive to the campaign — el público no respondió bien a la campaña
- What is required is a flexible approach, responsive to the dictates of the facts, case by case.
- Once a system of school choice is established, it should remain flexible and responsive to parental demand.
- Now, of course, not all students are so responsive, nor are results achieved overnight.
- Ethan, her eldest brother, had called her at home and she had been responsive and quick to answer him.
- The questions and comments from the students following the talk were engaged and responsive.
- They are currently living within a family unit that is positive, loving and responsive to their needs.
- The only problem that I found with the combos is that the controller sometimes wasn't responsive enough to accept a lot of the button commands, sometimes replying with easier sequences.
- The faculty at my alma mater were excited by their scholarly concerns and eager to share their questions and insights with any responsive student.
- Be flexible and responsive to quick change by being informed about the marketplace and current events.
- The engine is instantly responsive to the driver's wishes and, as the gearbox electronics are intelligently set, progress is seamless.
- Automatic reactions will diminish over time as you become more aware of and responsive to them.
- Changing the medical profession from one that is paternalistic to one that is self aware and quickly responsive to society's expectations is a difficult assignment.
- It is one of my most favourite places because the audience is so responsive.
- An enlightened consumer not only protects his interest, but also acts as a responsible and responsive customer, and an asset to the society.
- Although students may not be formally assessed upon the quality of their contributions, conscientious, responsive individuals and analytically minded students are noticed by tutors.
- His stance was gentle, respectful, calm, centered, attuned, and responsive.
- See, there are responsive, friendly customer-oriented people out there, working for consumer firms.
- Left-handers seem to be more acutely sensitive and responsive to novelty than right handers.
- Specifically, across cultures women have been shown to be on average more emotionally responsive, more socially attuned, and more verbally gifted than men.
- In addition to establishing caring, respectful relationships with students, culturally responsive classroom managers work to create a sense of community.
- Opportunities for efficiency of scale are greatest with this type of structure, but, obviously, it is the least flexible and least responsive to local conditions.
- The teacher alone can create an atmosphere that is positive and appealing just by being receptive, responsive and attentive to students' human needs.
- I talk to her all the time, and she is usually very friendly and responsive.
- It also provides motivational strategies which an educator can incorporate into the instruction plan to make it responsive to the interests and needs of students.
- Two things are urgently needed to plan an acceptable, responsive, and effective service for sick doctors.
- If that wish were granted, I vowed to be the best horse ever, friendly, responsive, and obedient.
- Your character moves quickly and is responsive to all controller commands.
- An effective staffing plan is flexible and responsive to short-term and long-term patient and organizational demands.
- I view the changes over the last four decades as largely positive and responsive to the changing needs of the times.
- Then in their own self - interest they will come forward and be more responsive.
- We aim to please and intend to be quickly responsive to market requests whenever possible.
- A key element in this regard is the presence of farm enterprises that are flexible and responsive to the rapidly changing opportunities in today's economy.
- Demanding time scales require logistic units to set up quickly with the minimum deployment footprint yet remain responsive to rapidly changing operational needs.
- Making educational opportunities responsive to personal needs may help consumers to more quickly gain needed skills.
- They are metabolically active and extremely sensitive and responsive to rapid changes in the microenvironment about the leaf.
- The students have been receptive and responsive, and the programs have given them the opportunity to discuss issues that are important to them, she says.
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