Translation of responsive in Spanish:

responsive

Pronunciation: /rɪˈspɑːnsɪv; rɪˈspɒnsɪv/

adj

  • [brakes/engine] sensible; [person/nature] receptivoresponsive to sth/sb the orchestra was very responsive to the conductor la orquesta le respondió muy bien al director the public was not very responsive to the campaign el público no respondió bien a la campaña
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    • Changing the medical profession from one that is paternalistic to one that is self aware and quickly responsive to society's expectations is a difficult assignment.
    • We aim to please and intend to be quickly responsive to market requests whenever possible.
    • Your character moves quickly and is responsive to all controller commands.
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    • The teacher alone can create an atmosphere that is positive and appealing just by being receptive, responsive and attentive to students' human needs.
    • Now, of course, not all students are so responsive, nor are results achieved overnight.
    • In addition to establishing caring, respectful relationships with students, culturally responsive classroom managers work to create a sense of community.

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