Translation of unconcerned in Spanish:

unconcerned

Pronunciation: /ˌʌnkənˈsɜːrnd; ˌʌnkənˈsɜːnd/

adj

  • indiferente he was unconcerned by the noise/their threats estaba indiferente al ruido/a sus amenazasunconcerned about sth/sb they were unconcerned about the outcome no les preocupaba el resultado, el resultado les era indiferente
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    • Astor noticed an immediate change in Philip Hallan's studied air of unconcerned interest.
    • His companions are seemingly unconcerned about his fatal injuries, being much more worried about the fate of the horse.
    • They did not worry if their victims were at home and seemed unconcerned about being disturbed.

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