Translation of unasked in Spanish:

unasked

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈæskt; ʌnˈɑːskt/

adjective/adjetivo

(predicative/predicativo)
  • 1.1 [question] sin formular
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    • Otherwise, this staging, full of padding and smart-aleck references, diffuses Wagner's musical power: it is an elemental drama gelded by unasked questions and a lack of ambition.
    • The babies kept putting up their hands to answer unasked questions and when I'd call on one of them to answer they would yell out a random word or word related to something I'd said 10 minutes ago.
    • Then there were the unasked questions about the Conservative priorities for tax cuts.
    1.2 (uninvited) [advice/suggestion] no solicitado he did it unasked lo hizo sin que nadie se lo pidiera, lo hizo (de) motu proprio
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    • But passion is born and though undesirable, unasked for, unnecessary like cancer, it takes root.
    • There are miracles that happen every day, asked for and unasked for, deserved and undeserved.

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