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Adj.1.commonsense - exhibiting native good judgment; "arrive home at a reasonable hour"; "commonsense scholarship on the foibles of a genius"; "unlearned and commonsensical countryfolk were capable of solving problems that beset the more sophisticated"
reasonable, sensible - showing reason or sound judgment; "a sensible choice"; "a sensible person"
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commonsense

[ˈkɒmənˌsens] ADJracional, lógico
the commonsense thing to do islo lógico es ...
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'By interpreting the law commonsensically, it should only refer to a national lottery.
Commonsensically, inscapes of things cannot persist beyond the things themselves, a circumstance Hopkins laments in writing of an ashtree's felling, after which he "wished to die and not to see the inscapes of the world destroyed any more" (Diaries, p.
In striking down the tax, the Court ruled, rather commonsensically, that freedom of the press could not be denied to press companies.
Since h(x) and f(x) are commonsensically positive, we find an inverse correlation between the incremental usability [DELTA]U and the threshold H in expression (13); that is, a lower H leads to more approvals on requests.
Commonsensically, Angela's decision led to a diminishment of her flourishing, but insofar as Den Uyl and Rasmussen equate flourishing with virtuous activity, they must deny this.
"Capitalism, almost commonsensically, cannot function well at the zero bound or with a minus sign as a yield," Gross continued.
The latter requires that one can reason commonsensically to determine whether it is sufficiently rigid, can be attached to two other objects (such as a door and a wall), and is also constructed so that it can bear the weight of one or both of those objects.
An unruly drinker of Bourbon, he commonsensically and passionately denounces all forms of despotism, both familial (Mrs.
As Calabresi and Prakash state the proposition, "First and foremost, in interpreting text, commonsensically enough, one ought to begin with the text." Id.
And that's likely to be the result here, too, given a national security universe in which everyone assumes the value of an increasingly para-militarized, bureaucratized, heavily funded creature we continue to call "intelligence," even though remarkably little of what would commonsensically be called intelligence is actually on view.No one knows what a major state would be like if it radically cut back or even wiped out its intelligence services.
This follows commonsensically from the fact that the male hero represents Indian masculinity that is allowed a free rein to roam the world, to subsume it and dominate it, a freedom that is withheld very substantially from women.