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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (vulnerable)
a. susceptible
If you don't lock the door of your house, it is susceptible to burglary.Si no cierras la puerta de la casa con llave, es susceptible al robo.
b. propenso (to disease)
The baby is susceptible to infection because he does not have a very strong immune system.El bebé es propenso a la infección porque no tiene un sistema inmune muy fuerte.
2. (easily affected)
a. sensible
Teenagers are very susceptible to peer pressure.Los adolescentes son muy sensibles a la presión social.
b. impresionable
Don't lie to your children. They have very susceptible minds.No mientas a tus hijos. Tienen mentes muy impresionables.
3. (capable of)
a. susceptible
A scientific hypothesis has to be susceptible to proof.Una hipótesis científica tiene que ser susceptible de prueba.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (to criticism, pressure)
a. sensible
2. (to illness)
a. propenso(a)
susceptible [səˈseptəbl]
(to attack) susceptible;to a; (Med) (to illness, infection) propenso;to a; (to persuasion, flattery) sensible;to a; (easily moved) impresionable
to be susceptible of admitir; ser susceptible de; it is susceptible of several interpretations admite diversas interpretaciones; es susceptible de (recibir) diversas interpretaciones
it is a task susceptible of delegation length, weight, bulk, or any other quality susceptible of measurement behaviour which was irrational, yet susceptible of interpretation within a rational framework
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