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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (based on good sense)
a. razonable (behavior or explanation)
I found his behavior perfectly reasonable under the circumstances.A mí su comportamiento me pareció perfectamente razonable dadas las circunstancias.
b. lógico (explanation or request)
There must be a reasonable explanation for all this.Todo esto debe tener una explicación lógica.
2. (having sound judgment)
a. razonable
Don't worry. He sounds like a reasonable person and will understand.No te preocupes. Parece una persona razonable y lo entenderá.
b. sensato
A reasonable person would never drive when drunk.Una persona sensata nunca conduciría borracha.
3. (affordable)
a. razonable
We were lucky with the hotel. The price was reasonable and the view was magnificent.Tuvimos suerte con el hotel. El precio era razonable y la vista, magnífica.
4. (passable)
a. aceptable
If they don't offer me a reasonable salary, I'm not going to accept the job.Si no me ofrecen un salario aceptable, no pienso tomar el puesto.
b. regular
How was the weather? - Reasonable.¿Qué tal el tiempo? - Regular.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (fair, sensible, moderate)
a. razonable
2. (acceptable)
a. aceptable, razonable
the weather/meal was reasonableel tiempo/la comida fue aceptable
be reasonable!¡sé razonable!
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reasonable [ˈriːznəbl]
1 (sensible, fair) [+person, decision, explanation, request] razonable; [+behaviour] sensato
I kept my voice calm and reasonable mantuve un tono de voz calmado y de persona razonable
be reasonable! ¡sé razonable!
it is reasonable to suppose that ... es razonable suponer que ...
beyond (a or any) reasonable doubt sin que quede lugar a dudas
to use reasonable force (Jur) hacer uso moderado de la fuerza
The householder's allowed to use only reasonable force when defending himself from a burglar The bailiff is allowed to use `reasonable force" to effect an entry should you refuse to let him or her in
reasonable grounds motivos (m) fundados
within a reasonable time dentro de un plazo de tiempo razonable
2 (acceptable) [+amount, distance, price, offer] razonable; [+standard, results] aceptable
there was a reasonable chance of finding a peaceful solution existían bastantes posibilidades de encontrar una solución pacífica
this suit is very reasonable este traje no es nada caro or no está nada mal de precio
...a good range of wines at reasonable prices
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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Phrases with "reasonable"
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reasonable price
precio razonable
the prices are reasonable
los precios son razonables
that's reasonable
eso es razonable
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