US: /ɹɪˈspɑnsɪv/
UK: /ɹɪspˈɒnsɪv/

English Vietnamese dictionary

responsive /ris'pɔnsiv/
  • tính từ
    • đáp lại, trả lời
      • a responsive gesture: cử chỉ đáp lại
    • sẵn sàng đáp lại, dễ phản ứng lại; dễ cảm (tính tình)

Advanced English dictionary

1 [not usually before noun] reacting quickly and in a positive way: Firms have to be responsive to consumer demand. + a flu virus that is not responsive to treatment
2 reacting with interest or enthusiasm: The club is responsive to suggestions or new ideas. + a responsive and enthusiastic audience
responsively adverb
responsiveness noun [U]: a lack of responsiveness to client needs

Thesaurus dictionary

alert, alive, (wide-)awake, reactive, communicative, sharp, keen, receptive, sensitive, open, sympathetic:
I was delighted to find students who were so responsive to the ideas put forth in my lectures.

Collocation dictionary


be, seem | become | remain


extremely, highly, very
The company is highly responsive to changes in demand.
| fully | fairly, quite | directly, immediately | sexually


She's fairly responsive to new ideas.

Concise English dictionary

rɪ'spɑnsɪv /-'spɒnsɪv
+containing or using responses or antiphons recited or sung in alternation
+readily reacting to people or events or stimuli; showing emotion
+readily reacting to suggestions and influences
+readily reacting to suggestions, influences, appeals or efforts