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unconcealed
American English: /ˌənkənˈsild/
British English: /ʌnkənˈsiːld/

Translation of unconcealed in Spanish:

adjective

  • (usually before noun)
    (amusement/contempt)
    no disimulado
    Example sentences
    • In performing that valuable service, Friedman has also acquired something of a reputation as a cheerleader for globalisation, a development in human history he embraces with unconcealed enthusiasm.
    • Aside from their unconcealed disdain for the ruling clerics in Tehran, they are characterized by an intense nationalism and not a little intergroup disagreement over where Iran should be headed.
    • Even Gough's unconcealed fury at not having been included in England's one-day squad for the tours of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka could bring Yorkshire the win they so desperately needed to keep alive their hopes of avoiding the drop.

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