Sinónimos de sensitive en inglés:

sensitive


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adjetivo

1‘as people get older, their bodies often grow less sensitive to changes in external temperature’

SINÓNIMOS
responsive to, quick to respond to, sensitized to, reactive to, sentient of
aware of, conscious of, alive to
susceptible to, easily affected by, vulnerable to
attuned to, tuned in to
marginal susceptive of
ANTÓNIMOS

unresponsive, impervious, insensitive

2‘don't use facial scrubs if your skin is sensitive’

SINÓNIMOS
delicate, easily damaged, fragile
tender, sore, painful, raw
ANTÓNIMOS

resilient, tough

3‘these matters will need sensitive handling by the social services’

SINÓNIMOS
tactful, careful, thoughtful, diplomatic, delicate, subtle, finely tuned, kid-glove
sympathetic, compassionate, understanding, empathetic, intuitive, feeling, responsive, receptive
perceptive, discerning, acute, insightful
ANTÓNIMOS

insensitive, clumsy, like bull in a china shop

4‘I didn't realize he was so sensitive’

SINÓNIMOS
easily offended, easily upset, easily hurt, thin-skinned, touchy, oversensitive, hypersensitive, defensive
emotional, volatile, temperamental
paranoid, neurotic
coloquial twitchy, uptight
marginal umbrageous
ANTÓNIMOS

thick-skinned

5‘a politically sensitive issue’

SINÓNIMOS
difficult, delicate, tricky, awkward, problematic, ticklish, precarious
controversial, emotive
coloquial sticky
ANTÓNIMOS

uncontroversial