1. a разумный, благоразумный; рассудительный

reasonable solution — разумное решение

reasonable jury — разумно мыслящие присяжные

reasonable restraint — разумная сдержанность

took reasonable care — проявил разумную заботу

take reasonable care — проявлять разумную заботу

reasonable ground — достаточное, разумное основание

2. a обоснованный

reasonable claim — обоснованная претензия

reasonable suspicions — небезосновательные подозрения

reasonable excuse — уважительная причина

the reasonable wishes of the whole people — законные чаяния всего народа

there is a reasonable chance of success — есть основания надеяться на успех, есть шансы на успех

reasonable apprehension — обоснованное опасение

reasonable charge — разумное, обоснованное обвинение

honest and reasonable — добросовестный и обоснованный

reasonable notice — разумное, обоснованное предупреждение

3. a умеренный; приемлемый, сносный, допустимый

reasonable conditions — нормальные условия эксплуатации

reasonable error — допустимая ошибка; допустимая погрешность

to find the terms reasonable — находить условия приемлемыми

reasonable amount — приемлемое количество

reasonable estimate — приемлемая оценка

4. a разг. недорогой

reasonable price — умеренная цена

5. a разумный, наделённый разумом

reasonable being — разумное существо

reasonable cause — разумные основания

reasonable inquiry — разумный вопрос

reasonable discretion — разумное усмотрение

reasonable adequacy — разумная достаточность

taking reasonable care — проявляющий разумную заботу

Синонимический ряд:
1. cheap (adj.) cheap; low; low-cost; low-priced; medium-priced; popular; uncostly; undear
2. conceivable (adj.) conceivable; feasible; likely; plausible; probable
3. conservative (adj.) conservative; controlled; discreet; modest; restrained; temperate; unexcessive; unextreme
4. economical (adj.) economical; inexpensive; moderate; tolerable
5. just (adj.) equitable; fair; impartial; judicious; just; right; wise
6. sound (adj.) balanced; cognitive; commonsensical; conscious; consequent; intelligent; level-headed; logical; percipient; prudent; rational; sagacious; sage; sane; sensible; sober; sound; thoughtful
Антонимический ряд:
excessive; exorbitant; expensive; extreme; illogical; immoderate; implausible; inordinate; insane; intolerable; irrational; outrageous; preposterous; prodigious

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