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See the entry foralterado.
Past participle ofalterar.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (transformed)
a. altered
La escena del crimen se ve alterada. Faltan objetos.The crime scene looks altered. There are objects missing.
b. changed
Copia los archivos alterados a una carpeta nueva.Copy the changed files into a new folder.
c. modified
Estoy usando una versión alterada del programa que encontré en internet.I'm using a modified version of the software that I found on the internet.
2. (agitated)
a. upset
Fabián todavía estaba alterado emocionalmente por el divorcio.Fabian was still emotionally upset about his divorce.
b. disturbed
Ana salió del accidente sin un rasguño, pero se la veía alterada.Ana came out of the accident unscratched, but she appeared disturbed.
c. shaken
Sabrina quedó claramente alterada por la terrible noticia.Sabrina was visibly shaken by the terrible news.
3. (infuriated)
a. angry
Los vecinos que escuchaban música fuerte me dejaron alterado.I got angry with the neighbors who were playing loud music.
b. annoyed
Estoy alterado porque el entrenador no me puso en el partido.I'm annoyed because the coach didn't play me.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (cambiado)
a. altered, changed
2. (perturbado)
a. disturbed, upset
3. (enfadado)
a. angry, annoyed
los niños están muy alterados con la llegada de las vacacionesthe children are rather over-excited with the holidays coming up
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(cambiado) changed; [+orden] disturbed; (enfadado) angry; (Med) upset; disordered;
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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