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uncomplaining
American English: /ˌənkəmˈpleɪnɪŋ/
British English: /ʌnkəmˈpleɪnɪŋ/

Translation of uncomplaining in Spanish:

adjective

  • (submission)
    throughout her illness she remained uncomplaining
    durante su enfermedad no se quejó en absoluto
    Example sentences
    • Many years ago, however, he was seized with locomotor ataxy, and for a long time before his death he was a painfully prominent figure on Bolton streets, bearing his life's burden with uncomplaining resignation.
    • When Bland was swindled by a partner in a brush factory which he had bought, his long-suffering, uncomplaining, heroine of a wife had to support the family by her writing.
    • Deirdre, who is also the uncomplaining driver, is understandably proud of Emily's achievement and commitment.

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