Translation for 'good sense' from English to Bulgarian
SYNO common sense | good sense | gumption | ...
good sense {noun}мъдрост {ж}
Partial Matches
common sense {noun}мъдрост {ж}
common sense {noun}здрав разум {м}
lack of common sense {noun}неразсъдителност {ж}
good {adj}добър
Good Friday {noun}
Разпети петък {м}
good-hearted {adj}добродушен
Good luck!Всичко хубаво!
Good luck!Успех!
Good morning!Добро утро!
Good afternoon!Добър ден!
Good bye!Довиждане!
Good evening!Добър вечер!
Good riddance! [coll.]Прав ти път!
good until ... [food]годен за употреба до ...
to have a good eye {verb}имам набито око
good in the sack [esp. Am.] [coll.]добър в леглото
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Usage Examples English
  • Orcas have good eyesight above and below the water, excellent hearing, and a good sense of touch.
  • In the tradition of Zen his quotes and poems show he had a good sense of humour and didn't take himself too seriously.
  • Today, he remains one of the best-known jockeys in the history of horse racing, called "the Master" for his riding skills, good sense of pace and the ability to switch his whip from one hand to the other with ease during a race.
  • Some parents in Indigenous American communities believe it mildly embarrasses the children in a shared reference to give them a good sense of the consequences of their behavior.
  • Because it feeds in flight, the storm petrel is less affected by oil pollution than other seabirds, and may be able to use its good sense of smell to avoid slicks, although a large spill near a breeding colony could have serious consequences.

  • For 16 years he administered the affairs of the see of Carlisle with good sense and discretion, spending more than the whole income of the see upon the wants of his diocese.
  • The quintessential Chesapeake Bay Retriever has a bright and happy disposition, intelligence, quiet good sense, and an affectionate protective nature.
  • Early on it was clear that Rudolph had a keen ear for music and a good sense toward art and literature.
  • Old World vultures are not closely related to the superficially similar New World vultures and condors, and do not share that group's good sense of smell.
  • "Down and Out in Paris and London" was published by Victor Gollancz in London on 9 January 1933 and received favourable reviews, with Cecil Day-Lewis complimenting Orwell's "clarity and good sense", and "The Times Literary Supplement" comparing Orwell's eccentric characters to the characters of Dickens.

  • Diem: But you must have some general ideas. After all, I am a chief of state. I have tried to do my duty. I want to do now what duty and good sense require. I believe in duty above all.
  • He had a natural fund of good sense and brilliant business capacity and was a useful assistant to Maria Theresa in the laborious task of governing the complicated Austrian dominions, but he was not active in politics or diplomacy.
  • Dolphins are not thought to have a good sense of taste, as their taste buds are atrophied or missing altogether. Some have preferences for different kinds of fish, indicating some ability to taste.
  • Holland had no previous experience as a musician but had a good sense of rhythm.
  • During a state visit by Mobutu in 1983, Reagan praised the Zairian strongman as "a voice of good sense and goodwill".

  • Porpoises are not thought to have a good sense of taste, as their taste buds are atrophied or missing altogether.
  • He reportedly had a good sense of humor and often made jokes at his own expense.
  • Marshall was known for his quick wit and good sense of humor.
  • According to Ernst Breisach, "his style captivated the public as did his good sense of the past and firm whiggish convictions".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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