Translation of sentient in Spanish:


sensible, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈsɛnʃ(ə)nt//ˈsɛntɪənt//ˈsɛn(t)ʃ(i)ənt/



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    • It reminds me of what it'd be like if one of our probes ever landed on a planet with sentient life.
    • No sentient beings lived on the planet, so it would not be terrible if they colonized it.
    • People frequently complain that their questions nowadays are answered not by sentient humans but by machines.
    • The entire series is built on speculation about alien life, sentient or otherwise.
    • Of course unless it is alive or sentient through other means, it cannot know about anything, even itself.
    • What then do we do when the computer is as sentient as we are?
    • Based on Mars, The Mysterons are sentient computers constructed by an alien civilisation.
    • A strange computer called Hal is about to become sentient and then go insane.
    • He shouldn't have embarked on the expeditions for the search of sentient life forms with his team.
    • If you have a being that is not sentient, that is not even aware, then the killing of that being is not something that is wrong in and of itself.
    • So he journeyed from world to world and took the souls of any sentient creature he came across.
    • The Buddha taught that one should practice loving kindness to all sentient beings.
    • Yet that is what we, in effect, tell the millions of sentient creatures who are killed in lab experiments.
    • Seems you just need to tell someone they're in a team with the computer to have them start deferring to it, as if it was sentient.
    • There's even some argument that since it might be sentient, it would be unethical to destroy it.
    • Most of us are aware that sentient life is not limited to two legs or even four.
    • Animals (or at least sentient animals) clearly have an interest in not being made to suffer.
    • Why does an omniscient, omnipotent God allow pain and suffering to happen to sentient, living things?
    • Its new policies start with the recognition these animals are sentient beings.
    • The subject matter of the social sciences is conscious sentient beings who act out of choice.