patients with liver disease may be susceptible to infection
likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing.
the problem is not susceptible of a simple solution
capable or admitting of.
translation of 'susceptible'
प्रभाव पड़ने योग्य,
These things are not 'susceptible' of translation into a simple ‘yes or no’ question.
This proves the consumer is 'susceptible' and can change at a whim.
Rural teachers, in particular, were 'susceptible' to pressure from resentful parents in their communities.
Sarah was 'susceptible' to all the feelings and emotions of ordinary women.
Therefore, more research is needed to identify subgroups that may be particularly 'susceptible' to pressure reduction strategies.
As a 'susceptible' child, I was brainwashed into believing that was true.
He was a cheerful, gregarious man, as endlessly curious as a cat, highly emotional and 'susceptible' .
However, while adults are less 'susceptible' to varicella infection, they are more likely to die of chicken pox.
Adult birds are 'susceptible' to lead poisoning when their food source is contaminated.
There are also concerns that a roof could make the tower more 'susceptible' to damage from the elements.
It occurs when a 'susceptible' person is confronted with a stressful situation, etc.
Why do you seem particularly 'susceptible' to that injury?
Avoid early planting dates if 'susceptible' inbreds or hybrids are planted.
Children most 'susceptible' to bone plate disturbances are those with poor muscle development.
Despite recovering from the accident, the 31-year-old's neck remains 'susceptible' to further injury.
Experts said they are the most 'susceptible' to damage in large quakes.
Trees 'susceptible' to frost damage should be trimmed immediately after the last chance of frost.
Since yours were newly planted, they were likely more 'susceptible' to the cold.
Yet she agrees they are highly 'susceptible' to peer pressure.
In 'susceptible' individuals, panic disorder's debilitating symptoms can lead to major depression.
Longer limbs are tougher to control and generate force that leaves them 'susceptible' to injuries.
With the festive season in full swing during the winter months, you may also become 'susceptible' to illness.
People who exercise regularly are less 'susceptible' to minor viral illnesses, such as colds and flu.
In turn, those areas become 'susceptible' to injury.
A vitamin deficiency can cause normal body functions to break down and render a person 'susceptible' to disease.
The lack of knowledge about AIDS and venereal diseases generally makes this group particularly 'susceptible' to infection.
Less robust people and children are more 'susceptible' to the disease.
Each item separately may be 'susceptible' of an innocent explanation.
He is a long way from the kind of dashing, 'susceptibly' young, occasionally moody, romantic hero whom readers of 1836 might have expected to have been shaped by culture associated with the recently deceased Byron and Scott.
Add to this my natural charm, and magnetic personality, and unforced modesty, and it's slightly surprising no Latin American had fallen 'susceptibly' for my charms sooner.
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