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敏感, びんかん

  • binkan


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • sensibility
  • susceptibility
  • sensitive (to)
  • well attuned to

Examples of 敏感,びんかん in a Sentence

I am very sensitive to the cold.
Don't be too sensitive to criticism.
I am very sensitive to heat.
I am clever, sensitive and imaginative.
It came in a handsome wooden box and contained a rack for test tubes, glass bottles of powerful powders, a little packet of sensitive paper (litmus, I think), a glass rod, the manual and suitably exciting poison labels.
You should be more sensitive to how people feel about your words.
As an Englishman, he is particularly sensitive to the differences between English and American usage.
Most writers are sensitive to criticism.
Most writers are sensitive to criticism.
Noise pollution could be avoided if only people were more sensitive to the environment.

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