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Dictionary Spanish English: [not]

Translation 1 - 29 of 29

SpanishEnglish
quieto {adj}
3
still [not moving]
obtuso {adj} [despuntado]blunt [not sharp]
en bruto {adj}crude [not finished]
erróneo {adj}fallacious [not based on logic]
periférico {adj}fringe [attr.] [fig.] [not mainstream]
inadecuado {adj}inappropriate [not suitable]
incorruptible {adj}incorruptible [not able to be corrupted]
inofensivo {adj}innocuous [remark: not offensive]
insensible {adj}insensate [unfeeling, not sensitive]
profano {adj}lay [not professional]
libremente {adv}loosely [freely, not strictly]
ligeramente {adv}loosely [not tightly]
estúpido {adj}mindless [not intelligent]
mecánico {adj}mindless [not requiring thought]
despistado {adj}mindless [person: not attentive]
nada {adv}never [not at all]
desaliñada {adj}slatternly [describing a messy or scruffy female; not used for males]
inconsciente {adj}unconscientious [without an inner sense of what is right, not meticulous]
Nouns
edu. curso {m}
2
grade [grade level, not grade on a test] [Am.]
Unverified nini {m} [ni estudia ni trabaja]NEET [Br.] [Can.] [Not in Employment, Education, or Training] [also: neet]
Unverified nini {f} [ni estudia ni trabaja]NEET [female] [Br.] [Can.] [Not in Employment, Education, or Training] [also: neet]
geogr. bajío {m}the shallows [area of water that is not deep]
geogr. bajos {m.pl}the shallows [area of water that is not deep]
2 Words
ya no {adv}no longer [not anymore]
renunciar a hacer algoto forego doing sth. [not do]
renunciar a hacer algoto forgo doing sth. [not do]
3 Words
con más pena que gloria {adv} [locución] [col.]after a fashion [coll.] [idiom] [to a certain extent but not perfectly]
4 Words
por un pelo [col.] [locución] [casi, pero no]close, but no cigar [idiom] [nearly, but not quite]
5+ Words
No apague el dispositivo; no abra ni cierre ninguna de las cubiertas.Do not turn off the device; do not open or close any covers.
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