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undismayed
American English: /ˌəndɪsˈmeɪd/
British English: /ʌndɪsˈmeɪd/

Translation of undismayed in Spanish:

adjective

  • (predicative) undismayed by their reaction/by successive failures
    sin dejarse desanimar por su reacción/por los sucesivos fracasos
    Example sentences
    • I will be courageous and undismayed in the face of odds.
    • I can't help being fond of him, he is so resourceful and undismayed, two of the qualities I like best.
    • Quiet by nature, Fellows is fearless at the crease and his adventurous approach helped him to prosper while Vaughan seemed undismayed by all that had previously happened.

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