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uninformed
American English: /ˌənənˈfɔrmd/
British English: /ʌnɪnˈfɔːmd/

Translation of uninformed in Spanish:

adjective

  • (opinion/guess)
    sin fundamento
    an uninformed layman
    un profano en la materia
    an uninformed reader might think that …
    un lector que no tuviera conocimientos del tema podría pensar que …
    for a diplomat he seems to be very uninformed
    para ser diplomático no parece estar muy al tanto or al corriente de las cosas
    uninformed about somethingwe were kept uninformed about the situation
    no se nos informó de la situación
    no se nos puso al tanto or al corriente de la situación
    she was uninformed about what was going on in the country
    no estaba al tanto or al corriente de lo que estaba pasando en el país
    Example sentences
    • If anyone is loopy it is your stupid, uninformed, ignorant London correspondent.
    • They are also uninformed about the fact that they can be cured by a simple surgical procedure.
    • We have to be very careful that this isn't a licence for uninformed private criticisms.

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