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Spanish translation of 'discerning'

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[dɪˈsɜːnɪŋ ]
[person] entendido
[eye] experto
discerning taste muy buen gusto m

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Example Sentences Including 'discerning'

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Sellers need to be discerning when choosing a buyer; simply accepting the highest offer may not always be the wisest choice.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
High Street stores have many great buys, but you have to be discerning.
The Sun (2008)
More discerning investors may not want to trouble themselves at all.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)

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'discerning' in Other Languages

British English: discerning ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as discerning, you mean that they are able to judge which things of a particular kind are good and which are bad.
...tailor-made holidays to suit the more discerning traveller.

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Translation of discerning from the Collins English to Spanish
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