sober-headed

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sober-headed

[ˈsəʊbəˈhedɪd] ADJ [person] → sensato, sobrio; [decision] → sensato
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sober-headed

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Policy-wise, my findings call for more nuanced and sober-headed discussion within the IMF and its constituencies on how it could live up to its new commitments in tackling international tax flight.
Any sober-headed assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of this current England side would have to conclude that odds of 11-8 about Steve McClaren's men failing to appear in next summer's finals are incredibly generous.
He said: ``With the Soham trialjust finished, I don't think this is a time to be talking about this from a sober-headed point of view.