Translation of common sense in Spanish:

common sense

sentido común, n.

noun

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    sentido común masculine
    • I believe that the committee reached a very sound, common-sense approach to the problem.
    • He had a practical, common-sense manner, and he was determined from the outset that nothing but his best was good enough.
    • I hope that a practical, common-sense application will be applied to the various issues that will arise.
    • We have a positive, common-sense approach to the issues that face us.
    • There were common-sense reasons for the other regulations too.
    • However, if pressed to defend this common-sense approach, few pure mathematicians would seek to do so.
    • You can improve your market sense even more with the following common-sense tips.
    • Gifted with finely honed communication skills, she displays entertaining, common-sense wisdom throughout.
    • They would say that that was a good, sensible, common-sense use of their money.
    • They are common-sense people who know right from wrong.
    • There are some common-sense methods that can be used for both adults and children to treat fevers at home.
    • Some common-sense solutions, and neat statistics, are found within the paper.
    • Several common-sense short cuts were taken in the handbook to facilitate readability.
    • Smith offers common-sense advice for creating a charming and productive greenhouse.
    • We also wanted people to know that our candidate was a mainstream, common-sense candidate.
    • The bill contains a number of common-sense amendments to remedy several defects in transport legislation.
    • He has a gift for identifying weaknesses and applying common-sense solutions.
    • Apart from the usual common-sense advice, there are a couple of critical pointers.
    • Those are simply common-sense amendments, and I commend them and the bill to the House.
    • The bill contains a number of common-sense amendments to address those concerns.