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ill at ease
American English: /ˌɪl əd ˈiz/
British English: /ˌɪl ət ˈiːz/

Translation of ill at ease in Spanish:

adjective predicative

  • 1 (uncomfortable) everyone felt ill at ease with her/in her presence
    todo el mundo se sentía incómodo con ella/en su presencia
  • 2 (anxious) the longer they waited, the more ill at ease they became
    cuanto más esperaban, más se inquietaban

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