Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

make sense   (tener sentido)

No, I guess it still doesn’t make sense to me.

However expressions of the form formula_124 make sense.

They didn't make sense, so she had to memorize every word.

sense of humor   (sentido del humor)

The picture's chief virtue is its sense of humor."

Snyder was also known for his wry sense of humor.

I have a sense of humor; why don't you show that?

common sense   (sentido común)

Character, reason, common sense, were swept away."

This is common sense, not some political idea."

James explained that his theory went against common sense.

strong sense   (sentido fuerte)

I have a terribly strong sense that it is wrong".

This story has a strong sense of melancholy.

He [Rosen] felt I didn't have a strong sense of urgency".

makes sense   (tiene sentido)

So it makes sense for them to want to be there."

This second definition makes sense without the axiom of choice.

So in a way, it makes sense for it to be a chill, cool down episode.

sense of humour   (sentido del humor)

He also readopts his wisecracking sense of humour.

Meanwhile "Micro" praised the game's sense of humour.

He likes role-playing and has a good sense of humour.

no sense

It would make no sense to ask 'what was before God?'

"Playing in front of an empty house makes no sense!"

Because I had no sense that I deserved anything else.

sense of community   (sentido de comunidad)

Classes are set up in a way that promotes more creativity and a sense of community.

The sense of community was a defining characteristic of the order since the beginning.

Roshan eventually warms to the place and wholeheartedly embraces the sense of community.

sense of smell   (sentido del olfato)

The Arctic fox also has a keen sense of smell.

Its night vision and sense of smell are well developed.

"P. hastatus" has an extremely sensitive sense of smell.

good sense   (juicio)

He likes role-playing and has a good sense of humour.

Haie, in addition, has a good sense of humour.

He has an incredibly good sense of humor."

made sense

Instead it made sense to use a backup gun like Lazarus' .38.

The venture made sense both in a business and a cultural sense.

Analyst David Bank said he thought the deal made sense for Verizon.

modern sense

Aristotle did not do experiments in the modern sense.

The term capitalism in its modern sense is often attributed to Karl Marx.

In a modern sense the dhimmis would be described as second-class citizens.

general sense   (sentido general)

In a general sense, the ratio is simply debt divided by equity.

Evil Evil, in a general sense, is the opposite or absence of good.

In the Dutch language the word ' means African, in the general sense.

sense of place   (sentido de lugar)

The novels Maloney writes have a definite sense of place.

The novel is remarkable for its very strong sense of place.

"A shared workspace provides a sense of place where collaboration takes place.

sense of self   (Sentido de sí mismo)

In saving her, he begins to save some of his own sense of self.

The advertisements encouraged women to rediscover a sense of self.

This helps the mind having the ability to experience or to feel a sense of self.

sense of belonging   (sentido de pertenencia)

's search for hope and a sense of belonging.

This reinforces the audience's sense of belonging to the channels.

Their strong sense of belonging and corporate identity remained for the rest of their lives.

traditional sense

Derrida states that deconstruction is not an analysis in the traditional sense.

Some serious games may even fail to qualify as a video game in the traditional sense of the term.

Some guitars have no frets—and others, like the Gittler guitar, have no neck in the traditional sense.

create a sense

The sentences build on each other, as events build to create a sense of the whole.

Instead, Watts was used as a promotional tool to create a sense of hope for long-suffering fans.

The subdivisions of space formed by multiple domes and pillars create a sense of privacy and even intimacy.

strict sense   (sentido estricto)

In a strict sense, Czech literature is the literature written in the Czech language.

One is ferromagnetism in the strict sense, where all the magnetic moments are aligned.

In a very strict sense, it is not entirely orthodox to call the Holy Scriptures the "Word of God".

broader sense   (sentido más amplio)

However, the term was also used in a broader sense.

The group in a broader sense was also considered a Modernisation Movement ().

In a broader sense, this transition also entails a democratization of energy.

broad sense

In a broad sense, it denotes the act of referring.

McLuhan understood "medium" in a broad sense.

It examines the nature, the tasks, and the functions of cognition (in a broad sense).

sense of identity

A sense of identity gained in the previous stages is also necessary for intimacy to develop.

This is because historical memory helps unite communities and preserve their sense of identity.

They often viewed themselves as 'knights of the air' and the badge helped foster a sense of identity on and with the squadron.

same sense

He maintains the same sense of dialogue in the "Katha Gita".

Around 1900 the word was used in German in the same sense as .

"Afiḳomen" is used in the same sense.

sense of duty   (sentido del deber)

He said that "love is a better teacher than a sense of duty."

The new king solved political questions only from a pure sense of duty.

He was a man of noble bearing, religious, and imbued with a stern sense of duty.

more sense

For this reason, a vertical, portrait image made more sense to Baird than a horizontal, landscape image.

As it happens, it might make more sense to have the second referendum after the renegotiation is completed."

Regarding the album, songwriter Neil Pennycook noted, "This album makes more sense to me, and I think I’m more relaxed this time.

sense of responsibility

It robs people of their sense of responsibility.

The kid has no sense of responsibility."

The relationship norms behind the needs also affect the sense of responsibility.

sense of justice

People are not optimistic that the work ethic and sense of justice is still driving.

He was attracted to its logic, its sense of justice and its preoccupation with the destitute and the disadvantaged.

He opined that women are deficient in artistic faculties and sense of justice, and expressed opposition to monogamy.

sense of security

Lulling Dawn into a false sense of security, Rob proposes and she accepts.

Eventually Earl found a sense of security from being an outsider by joining a gang.

"My great-grandfather taught that safety nets offer a false sense of security", he explains.

real sense

He continued " in a real sense a holy communion.

Mr. Marshall talked real sense into us.

They believed that without the community, humanity in any real sense would cease.

broadest sense   (en el sentido más amplio)

The "instruments of labor" are tools, in the broadest sense.

Astrology, in its broadest sense, is the search for meaning in the sky.

In the broadest sense, an anti-Qing activist was anyone who engaged in anti-Manchu direct action.

great sense   (gran sentido)

Gordon had a great sense of humour and was a fan of limericks.

He also demonstrates a great sense of humour such as in Catullus 13.

The icons show a great sense of color, dominated by red, green and ochra shades.

sense of purpose   (sentido del propósito)

This can result in an erosion of a sense of purpose.

The virtue to be gained is a sense of purpose.

It can also give the adoptive parents a sense of purpose and completion.

keen sense   (sentido agudo)

The Arctic fox also has a keen sense of smell.

She also studied sculpture and had a keen sense of proportion and shape.

Andes is remembered by his family and friends for his keen sense of humor.

sense of what

I tried to get a sense of what Kane and Finger were after."

No story line, it's not me singing to a girl, you get a good sense of what you're going to get live...

But I felt this grim sense of what was going on and I didn't feel the cartoons could express that fully.

sense of urgency   (sensación de urgencia)

He [Rosen] felt I didn't have a strong sense of urgency".

Sliva said the time limit gave the game "a sense of urgency ... that I really enjoy.

new sense

A new sense of purposefulness now animated both groups.

In 1971, a new sense organ was discovered in this marine snail.

Thus the abbey began the 12th century with a new sense of vigor.

not make sense   (no tiene sentido)

Some observers noted that to make good on promises of reducing poverty, nationalization of this company would not make sense.

For that, it has been claimed that specifying the evolution of a dimensional quantity is meaningless and does not make sense.

In his book he says: ""the nuclear option does not make sense on any level: economically, environmentally, politically or socially.

every sense

This release is a classic in every sense of the word."

Bachchan towers in every sense, but without a hint of showboating.

The situation was in every sense reversed where her children were concerned.

little sense   (poco sentido)

Yet this makes little sense of the narrative differences.

He has little sense of social boundary.

"), that would make little sense to an Italian speaker from another region.

greater sense

The smaller number of members and staggered terms also give the Senate a greater sense of community.

Londoners had a greater sense of community after they had overcome the great adversities of 1665 and 1666.

His recent paintings eschew the superstructures and evoke a greater sense of immediacy, playfulness, and narrative.

narrow sense

Examples of anaphora (in the narrow sense) and cataphora are given next.

In this narrow sense, an important sub division is between local and remote gig work.

Software is also sometimes used in a more narrow sense, meaning application software only.

literal sense   (sentido literal)

A monarchy, in its most literal sense, means 'the rule of one'.

For example, the adjective in its literal sense of "higher" (e.g.

In the literal sense, "conscientia" means knowledge-with, that is, shared knowledge.

deep sense

This often leads to a deep sense of isolation from others.

As a result, he was left with a deep sense of resentment toward North Korea.

I feel a deep sense of responsibility to all those many people who were genuinely looking for it.

wider sense

Snyder also sought to cultivate a wider sense of mission.

It has often been used this wider sense by Christian authors, e.g.

In a wider sense, the term is used to refer to a variety of Spanish musical styles.

fashion sense

Meanwhile, his aunt deeply influenced his fashion sense and style.

Japan was also greatly influenced by the American fashion sense after the Second World War.

His fashion sense was unique and he usually wore expensive suits, flowing neckties, and capes.

false sense

Lulling Dawn into a false sense of security, Rob proposes and she accepts.

"My great-grandfather taught that safety nets offer a false sense of security", he explains.

This can provide a false sense of security when illicit drugs are deliberately adulterated to fool reagent tests.

sense of pride

The artist explained to "i-D magazine" that "there's a sense of pride in how people display themselves.

As he experiences his first success, Odo tries to resist bonding with Mora, who, when he taught Odo, experienced the same sense of pride Odo now feels.

He tried appealing to an individual's sense of pride, gave better blankets and clothing to the "most deserving", and motivated his slaves with cash rewards.

sense of national   (sentido de nacionalidad)

A Canadian reporter also said that the chant reflected "a deeply historic sense of national honour".

The workshop elicited a homogenous sense of national pride and desire for more knowledge among her young audience.

This sense of national pride influenced not only everyday life, but also became evident in the arts, including early American theatre.

usual sense

Intuitively, it is the notion of derivative appropriate to paths in classical Wiener space, which are "usually" not differentiable in the usual sense.

It appears frequently in the text of the classic novel "Water Margin", and is written as (meaning "bird", pronounced niǎo in Mandarin and niu5 in Cantonese when used in this usual sense).

In this context, the standard example is Cat, the 2-category of all (small) categories, and in this example, bimorphisms of morphisms are simply natural transformations of morphisms in the usual sense.

makes no sense

"Playing in front of an empty house makes no sense!"

Since Man can outdo any hurricane, fear makes no sense.

It makes no sense."

true sense

But whether he's feeling invincible or despondent, you get a true sense of where his head's at."

Not that the regime in Russia had become in any true sense constitutional, far less parliamentary.

This diary entry is the first of many which he has lost the ability to distinguish a true sense of time.

sense of personal

The act is deemed "offensive" if it would offend a reasonable person's sense of personal dignity.

Angelito Rosales, made a lot of difference to the seminarians' sense of personal belongingness to Jesus Christ.

He invites them to gatecrash Judy's 21st party, leading to trouble with his parents and a stronger sense of personal conflict.

own sense

In saving her, he begins to save some of his own sense of self.

It was used to overcome the slave's own sense of inferiority before their (better-off) masters.

His strong emphasis on respect for the divine service may reflect his own sense of responsibility for the events of 1417.

original sense

The original sense of the word is 'universal'.

A stock car, in the original sense of the term, is an automobile that has not been modified from its original factory configuration.

The original sense of joinery is only distantly related to the modern practice of woodworking joints, which are the work of carpenters.

sense of social   (sentido de lo social)

He has little sense of social boundary.

Village is very much active and practical in sense of social and human relationship.

She raised her daughter with a strong sense of social responsibility and independence.

sense when   (sentido cuando)

Armstrong remarked that, in retrospect, the lyrics make sense when viewed that way.

It made sense when the whole concept was like a soap packet, but then the title changed and it all went out the window."

Joab also had issues with his character returning to India, since it did not make sense when Ajay had been born and raised in Australia.

business sense   (sentido de negocios)

His talent and practical business sense made him wealthy.

As well as having good business sense, Carnegie possessed charm and literary knowledge.

She had a shrewd business sense and Brunner gave credit to her for teaching him skills in practical matters.

certain sense   (cierto sentido)

Children start to form a certain sense of entitlement because of their early comfort interacting with adults.

In a certain sense, the function is the more natural form; it makes some intrinsic attributes of the function clearer.

If this subdivision rule is conformal in a certain sense, the group will be a 3-manifold group with the geometry of hyperbolic 3-space.

moral sense

(see the Rational intuition versus moral sense section of this article for further discussion).

Sufficiently broadly defined, ethical intuitionism can be taken to encompass cognitivist forms of moral sense theory.

Evelyn Waugh, writing in 1946, acknowledged Orwell's high moral sense and respect for justice but believed "he seems never to have been touched at any point by a conception of religious thought and life."