English adjective: sensitive
|1.||sensitive responsive to physical stimuli|
|Samples||A mimosa's leaves are sensitive to touch.|
A sensitive voltmeter.
Sensitive to light.
|Similar||delicate, erogenous, excitable, highly sensitive, irritable, irritable, light-sensitive, nociceptive, photosensitive, radiosensitive, reactive, responsive|
|See also||responsive, sensible, sensitive, susceptible|
|2.||sensitive being susceptible to the attitudes, feelings, or circumstances of others|
|Samples||Sensitive to the local community and its needs.|
|Similar||alive, feisty, huffy, oversensitive, thin-skinned, touchy|
|3.||sensitive able to feel or perceive|
|Samples||Even amoeba are sensible creatures.|
The more sensible parts of the skin.
|See also||aware, cognisant, cognizant, conscious, sensitive|
|Samples||The tender spot on his jaw.|
|Synonyms||raw, sore, tender|
|5.||sensitive of or pertaining to classified information or matters affecting national security|
English noun: sensitive
|1.||sensitive (person) someone who serves as an intermediary between the living and the dead|
|Samples||He consulted several mediums.|