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sane

 (sān)
adj. san·er, san·est
1. Of sound mind; mentally healthy.
2. Having or showing sound judgment; reasonable.

[Latin sānus, healthy.]

sane′ly adv.
sane′ness n.

sane

(seɪn)
adj
1. (Psychology) sound in mind; free from mental disturbance
2. having or showing reason, good judgment, or sound sense
3. obsolete healthy
[C17: from Latin sānus healthy]
ˈsanely adv
ˈsaneness n

sane

(seɪn)

adj. san•er, san•est.
1. free from mental derangement; having a sound, healthy mind.
2. having or showing reason, sound judgment, or good sense.
3. sound; healthy.
[1620–30; < Latin sānus healthy]
sane′ly, adv.
sane′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sane - mentally healthy; free from mental disorder; "appears to be completely sane"
rational - consistent with or based on or using reason; "rational behavior"; "a process of rational inference"; "rational thought"
insane - afflicted with or characteristic of mental derangement; "was declared insane"; "insane laughter"
2.sane - marked by sound judgment; "sane nuclear policy"
rational - consistent with or based on or using reason; "rational behavior"; "a process of rational inference"; "rational thought"

sane

adjective
1. rational, normal, all there (informal), lucid, of sound mind, compos mentis (Latin), in your right mind, mentally sound, in possession of all your faculties He seemed perfectly sane.
rational mad, crazy, nuts (slang), daft (informal), insane, mentally ill, loony (slang), bonkers (slang, chiefly Brit.), loopy (informal), crackpot (informal), out to lunch (informal), doolally (slang), off your head (slang), off your trolley (slang), non compos mentis (Latin), round the bend or twist (slang), a sausage short of a fry-up (slang)
2. sensible, sound, reasonable, balanced, moderate, sober, judicious, level-headed a sane and safe energy policy
sensible stupid, foolish, unreasonable, unsound, dumb-ass (slang), wacko or whacko (informal)

sane

adjective
1. Mentally healthy:
Idioms: all there, in one's right mind, of sound mind .
2. Possessing, proceeding from, or exhibiting good judgment and prudence:
Translations
ذو عَقْلٍ سَليمعاقِل
duševně zdravýrozumný
fornuftignormal
épelméjû
andlega heillskynsamur
psichikos būklė
ar veselu saprātunormālsprātīgssaprātīgs
duševne zdravý
duševno zdrav
akıllıaklı başındamantıklı

sane

[seɪn] ADJ (saner (compar) (sanest (superl))) [person] → cuerdo; [judgment etc] → sabio, sensato

sane

[ˈseɪn] adj
[person] → sain(e) d'esprit
[outlook] → sensé(e), sain(e)

sane

adj (+er)
(= mentally healthy) personnormal; (Med, Psych etc) → geistig gesund; (Jur) → zurechnungsfähig; world, society etcgesund
(= sensible) advice, policy, system, person, behaviourvernünftig; it’s simply not sane to …es ist doch verrückt, zu …; there is no sane reason why …es gibt keinen vernünftigen Grund, weshalb …

sane

[seɪn] adj (-r (comp) (-st (superl))) (person) → sano/a di mente; (judgment, outlook) → sensato/a

sane

(sein) adjective
1. not mad. in a perfectly sane state of mind.
2. sensible. a very sane person.
ˈsanely adverb
ˈsanity (ˈsӕ-) noun
the state or quality of being sane. I am concerned about her sanity.

sane

a. sano-a; [mentally] cuerdo-a.

sane

adj cuerdo
References in classic literature ?
I, Amy Curtis March, being in my sane mind, go give and bequeethe all my earthly property--viz.
The words of the minister, who he thought had gone suddenly in- sane, rang in his ears.
She needed a walk along the noonday street to keep her sane.
They probably fancied that my sole object -- and, indeed, the sole object for which a sane man could ever put himself into voluntary motion -- was to get an appetite for dinner.
There was but one sane inference: someone had taken a liberty rather gross.
but methinks like-cures-like applies to him too; he grows so sane again.
When, however, she had satisfied herself that he was sane upon all subjects except politics, she troubled herself no further about it.
Still, I was sane enough to notice this detail, to wit: many of the terms used in the most matter-of- fact way by this great assemblage of the first ladies and gentlemen in the land would have made a Comanche blush.
I will hold to the principles received by me when I was sane, and not mad--as I am now.
All I say is this -- neither you, nor any man, can assign a sane motive for the production of that incomprehensible document, and for the use which you are requested to make of it.
Such vapouring, combined with the extravagant plots of Monseigneur for the restoration of a state of things that had utterly exhausted itself, and worn out Heaven and earth as well as itself, was hard to be endured without some remonstrance by any sane man who knew the truth.
I said, "Your brother's sane - a great deal more sane than you are, or ever will be, it is to be hoped.