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unclouded
American English: /ˌənˈklaʊdəd/
British English: /ʌnˈklaʊdɪd/

Translation of unclouded in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (sky)
    sin nubes
    Example sentences
    • Everything pointed to the fact that we were going to find catching fish tough - and the weather certainly didn't give us any assistance, with changeable winds all day and mostly an unclouded sky!
    • On an unclouded summer night, if you lie on the moonlit beach and listen carefully, you can hear a symphony of nature mixed from the sound of waves raking the shingle and the murmuring wind.
    • They remain fixed - a bright unclouded blue - on the middle distance.
    1.2 (clear)
    (vision)
    1.3 (untroubled)
    (happiness)
    (future)
    sin sombras
    years unclouded by the threat of war
    años que no se vieron ensombrecidos por la amenaza de la guerra
    Example sentences
    • He confided once that it had been a visit of singular and unclouded happiness which left an ineffaceable impression.
    • Her setting out in life, like the rising of a fair morning, was unclouded and promising.
    • It first appeared in Creation magazine, which is a great way to keep your thinking on a whole host of issues clear, unclouded and thoroughly Biblical.
    1.4 (not cloudy)
    (liquid)
    no turbio

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