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unperturbed
American English: /ˌənpərˈtərbd/
British English: /ʌnpəˈtəːbd/

Translation of unperturbed in Spanish:

adjective

  • he was unperturbed by their hostility
    se quedó impasible or impertérrito ante su hostilidad
    su hostilidad no hizo mella en él
    she carried on unperturbed
    siguió sin inmutarse
    Example sentences
    • However, the filmmaker who cleared the film with the censor board earlier this month seems unperturbed by the controversies.
    • The man whose Naya Theatre group revived theatre in the 60's is unperturbed by controversy and likes to move on.
    • The life-like bambini appeared unperturbed, their faces calm and angelic, their wide eyes turned to the sky.

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