There are 2 main translations of indeciso in English:

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indeciso 1

also: feminine: indecisa


  • 1 (persona) 1.1[ser] tiene un carácter muy indeciso
    she's naturally indecisive
    1.2[estar] está indeciso sobre qué candidato votar
    he's undecided about which candidate to vote for
Example sentences
  • A nivel interno, el Poder Judicial brasileño también se encuentra indeciso respecto a la ejecución de la obra.
  • Pelea continuamente por el apoyo de uno o dos millones de votantes indecisos o abstencionistas.
  • Los candidatos deberán esforzarse en conquistar este voto indeciso para obtener resultados favorables.

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There are 2 main translations of indeciso in English:

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indeciso 2
also: feminine: indecisa

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • 1.1 (en general)
    indecisive person
    1.2 (sobre un tema) See examples: hay un gran número de indecisos
    there are a lot of people who are as yet undecided o who have still not made up their minds
    there are a lot of undecided voters ( o delegates etc)

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