In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(be comprehensible) tener sentidoI thought that what he said made a lot of sense — me pareció que lo que dijo era muy razonable / sensato
- it makes sense to invest in gold — conviene invertir en oro
- this sentence doesn't make much sense — esta frase no tiene mucho sentido
- you're not making sense — lo que dices no tiene sentido
- it makes no sense to hire more staff now — no tiene mucho sentido contratar más personal en este momento
- it doesn't make economic sense — no es recomendable desde el punto de vista económico
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