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obtrusive
American English: /əbˈtrusɪv/
, /ɑbˈtrusɪv/
British English: /əbˈtruːsɪv/

Translation of obtrusive in Spanish:

adjective

  • (presence/narrator/building)
    demasiado prominente
    (noise)
    (smell)
    the violins/his gestures were obtrusive
    los violines/sus gestos eran demasiado prominentes
    Example sentences
    • His actions were quickly followed and none of the officers noticed any longer the obtrusive wrongness of his presence.
    • By its very nature, this commercial intrusion is designed to be obtrusive and dominant.
    • Brash fashion, garish visuals and acceptably obtrusive sounds make for an attention grabbing set this evening at the Music Box.

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