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undisturbed
American English: /ˌəndəˈstərbd/
British English: /ʌndɪˈstəːbd/

Translation of undisturbed in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (untouched) See examples: everything was left undisturbed
    todo se dejó tal cual estaba
    no se tocó nada
    1.2 (uninterrupted)
    (sleep)
    she made sure he was undisturbed
    se aseguró de que no se lo molestara
    1.3 (unworried) he seemed undisturbed by the rumors
    los rumores parecían no perturbarlo or preocuparlo
    Example sentences
    • Make sure your child has a quiet place to work undisturbed by others.
    • The moon is a very quiet and undisturbed place compared to the earth.
    • The raiders were so quiet that even the Luddingtons' family dog was undisturbed by their activities.

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