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unhesitating
American English: /ˌənˈhɛzəˌteɪdɪŋ/
British English: /ʌnˈhɛzɪteɪtɪŋ/

Translation of unhesitating in Spanish:

adjective

  • his acceptance was unhesitating
    aceptó sin vacilar
    Example sentences
    • Coupled with the principle of consultative government is the principle of firm resolution and unhesitating implementation of discipline adopted after consultations.
    • When asked, after they handed their Skyfame collection over to the new Imperial War Museum at Duxford in 1978, what remained mostly in his mind apart from the aircraft, Peter's reply was unhesitating.
    • More specifically, as regards the relocation of its clients into urban Leeds, will there be an automatic, unhesitating public welcome, a warm empathising embrace?

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