English - Vietnamese Dictionary
- tính từ
- dễ bị; dễ mắc; dễ bị ảnh hưởng; dễ bị tổn thương
- nhạy cảm; dễ xúc cảm; dễ bị ảnh hưởng bởi tình cảm
- có thể chịu đựng; có thể được
+(often followed by `of' or `to') yielding readily to or capable of
+easily impressed emotionally
Advanced English Dictionary
1 Often, susceptible of or to. open (to), prone (to), subject (to), disposed (to), predisposed (to), receptive (to), affected by, responsive (to):
Brass is susceptible of a high shine. Are you still susceptible to her blandishments?
2 impressionable, influenceable, vulnerable, reachable, accessible, credulous, suggestible, gullible, naïve:
Susceptible youngsters need protection from commercial exploitation.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 [not usually before noun] ~ (to sb/sth) very likely to be influenced, harmed or affected by sb/sth: He's highly susceptible to flattery. + Some of these plants are more susceptible to frost damage than others. + Salt intake may lead to raised blood pressure in susceptible adults. + There are few known diseases which are not susceptible to medical treatment.
2 easily influenced by feelings and emotions
She was both charming and susceptible.
3 ~ (of sth) (formal) allowing sth; capable of sth: Is this situation not susceptible of improvement by legislation? + The facts are susceptible of various interpretations.
be, seem | become | remain | leave sb/sth, make sb/sth
The operation had left her susceptible to infection.
easily, extremely, highly, particularly, readily, unusually, very
certain highly susceptible individuals
| quite, rather | genetically
Some dogs are thought to be genetically susceptible to the disease.
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