Translation of discerning in Spanish:

discerning

exigente, adj.

Pronunciation /dəˈsərnɪŋ/ /dɪˈsəːnɪŋ/

Definition of exigente in Spanish

adjective

  • 1

    (reader/customer/critic) exigente
    (reader/customer/critic) con criterio
    (palate/taste) exigente
    (palate/taste) fino
    (ear/eye) educado
    • Some might condemn my reaction as politically motivated rather than a discerning literary judgement.
    • Physicians are by inclination and training discerning men, wise in human relations and keen in judgement.
    • If a cook does not get a discerning customer, all his efforts and culinary skills would be wasted.
    • More importantly, it will also provide a platform to revive age-old weaves with a contemporary and fashionable look for the discerning Indian customer.
    • For the past 18 years, the company has established itself as the eminent choice of discerning customers in the moulding industry.
    • However, since then an increasingly competitive market and more discerning customers have forced the company to innovate in order to maintain and strengthen its market share.
    • ‘We have a very good customer base now, but it's also a very discerning customer base,’ he says.
    • Today's diamond buyer, it seems, is a more discerning and brand-conscious customer, no longer satisfied with just any old generic rock.
    • Customers are more discerning than they were in the past.
    • ‘A new range of casual cane chairs has arrived for the discerning customer,’ says Miriam.
    • Free of the constraints of the nine-to-five job, without young families to tie them down and with their mortgages paid off, they are an increasingly discerning and sophisticated group.
    • From her vast experience both as an actor and a producer Anne is acutely aware that discerning audiences expect a top class show.
    • Edicts delivered from on high do not go down well with today's discerning and sophisticated public.
    • Over the past decade shoppers have become much more discerning and aware of the products they buy.
    • This would have helped the discerning clinician in selecting a specific method rather than relying exclusively on the eclectic methods of treatment suggested for each case by the authors.
    • Of course to say that such schemes don't also attract the smart, intelligent, well-educated and discerning net users would be untrue.
    • The independent film holds the hopes of the discerning critic, weary of mainstream bombast, in its hands.
    • When any group reappears after a long period away the discerning listener is wise to approach the results with caution.
    • I think the reception that the performance received from what must be described as a discerning audience, would support my judgement of the evening's music.
    • So when notoriously purist and discerning jazz critics single out a rising star to heap hyperbolic praise upon, gig after gig, it really is time to sit up and take notice.