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unstudied

Saltos de línea: un|stud¦ied
Pronunciación: /ʌnˈstʌdɪd
 
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Definición de unstudied en inglés:

adjetivo

Not laboured or artificial; natural: she had an unstudied grace in every step
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His flawless singing is accentuated by the unstudied gestures of a natural performer.
  • Still, one can't underestimate the nuance in Coogan's performance, that sense of unstudied naturalism that couldn't have been coached.
  • The art is made in shaky, unstudied pencil that disarms the sordid imagery, and the juvenile captions each picture faces are too wet with angst to be truly disturbing.
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Derivados

unstudiedly

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Example sentences
  • I had nowhere near the poise and social grace of this girl, nor her sweetness and sense of humor, nor her unstudiedly cute hair and subtle makeup.
  • It is all so simple, and so unstudiedly natural.
  • The musical director was recently married and is not to be led astray by fans in awe of his unstudiedly casual onstage outfits.

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