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"Inactive" is an adjective which is often translated as "inactivo", and "anxious" is an adjective which is often translated as "ansioso". Learn more about the difference between "inactive" and "anxious" below.
inactive
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. inactivo
My inactive lifestyle led to my recent weight gain.Mi estilo de vida inactivo llevó a mi aumento de peso reciente.
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anxious(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (worried)
a. ansioso
He is a very anxious person. He's always worrying about something.Él es una persona muy ansiosa. Siempre se está inquietando por algo.
b. preocupado
She was very anxious before the operation.Ella estaba muy preocupada antes de la operación.
c. inquieto
My parents get anxious if I don't call every few days.Mis padres se ponen inquietos si no les llamo cada cuantos días.
2. (worrying)
a. angustioso
The patient's family faced an anxious wait while doctors performed the surgery.Le tocaba una angustiosa espera a la familia del paciente mientras los doctores llevaban a cabo la cirugía.
b. de preocupación
There was an anxious moment when we saw her fall off her bike.Hubo un momento de preocupación cuando la vimos caer de su bicicleta.
3. (eager)
a. ansioso
They were anxious to see their children again.Estaban ansiosos de volver a ver a sus hijos.
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