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sentido = heartfelt adjective

sentido = sense masculine noun

1sentido, sentida

adjective

English Translation of SENTIDO

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: heartfelt, sincere mi más sentido pésame my sincerest condolences pronunció unas sentidas palabras en su honor he said some heartfelt words in his honor una pérdida muy sentida a deeply felt loss
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: offended, hurtestaba muy sentida con sus amigos she was very hurt by her friends

Examples of SENTIDO

    mi más sentido pésame my deepest sympathy or my heartfelt condolences

Related to SENTIDO

Sometimes Confused With: sentido (sentir)

2sentido

masculine noun

English Translation of SENTIDO

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: sense sentido común common sense los cinco sentidos the five senses sin sentido senseless
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conocimiento : consciousnesslo encontré en el suelo sin sentido I found him unconscious on the floor
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significado : meaning, sense doble sentido double entendre ser madre le ha dado un nuevo sentido a su vida being a mother has given a new meaning to her life ¿cuál es el sentido literal de esta palabra? what is the literal meaning of this word?
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: direction calle de sentido único one-way street los dos avanzaban en el mismo sentido they were both moving forward in the same direction conducía en sentido contrario he was driving in the opposite direction

Examples of SENTIDO

    sentido del ridículo: su sentido del ridículo le impidió hacerlo he felt self-conscious or embarrassed so he didn't do it sentido del ridículo: tiene un gran sentido del ridículo she easily feels self-conscious or embarrassed tener sentido práctico to be practical ha perdido el sentido del gusto he has lost his sense of taste los cinco sentidos the five senses no tiene sentido del ritmo he has no sense of rhythm tiene muy buen sentido del color he has a very good sense of color la vida sin ti no tendría sentido without you life would have no meaning or would be meaningless esa frase tenía doble sentido that sentence had a double meaning decía cosas sin sentido he was talking nonsense

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