Definición de insecure en inglés:

insecure

Saltos de línea: in|se¦cure
Pronunciación: /ˌɪnsɪˈkjʊə
 
, ˌɪnsɪˈkjɔː/

adjetivo

  • 3(Of a job or situation) liable to change for the worse; not permanent or settled: badly paid and insecure jobs a financially insecure period
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The military takes care of all the tasks that it can take care of so long as the situation is insecure.
    • She didn't mean religious beliefs, only faith in some higher values, in some higher reality that made them feel secure in a very insecure situation.
    • I think the editorial went on to point out that, in addition to that, the political situation is very insecure.

Derivativos

insecurely

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Sybil was sitting insecurely on a huge, inflated beach ball, facing the ocean.
  • Replies were written by civil servants before the letters were insecurely dumped.
  • Falling outside both British standards of social status and Australian standards of egalitarianism, the gentry was an insecurely self-defined status group with a paradoxically profound sense of its own social importance.

Origen

mid 17th century: from medieval Latin insecurus 'unsafe', from in- 'not' + Latin securus 'free from care', or from in-1 'not' + secure.

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