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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (absentminded)
a. distracted
¿Estás bien, papá? Te noto desatento.Are you OK, Dad? You look distracted.
b. inattentive
La profesora de Pepe notó que había estado muy desatento y pidió hablar con sus padres.Pepe's teacher noticed that he had been very inattentive in class and asked to speak with his parents.
2. (uninterested to the point of seeming rude)
a. inattentive
Me sorprende que Paolo, a quien siempre le gustó mimar a sus novias, se haya convertido en un hombre tan desatento después de casarse.I'm surprised that Paolo, who always loved to pamper his girlfriends, has become such an inattentive man after he got married.
b. neglectful
A este sociólogo en particular le gusta culpar a los padres desatentos de todos los males que plagan a la sociedad.This sociologist, in particular, likes to blame neglectful parents for all the ills that plague society.
c. impolite
Fue muy desatento de mi parte no ayudarla con sus maletas, señora. Por favor, acepte mis disculpas.It was very impolite of me not to help you with your bags, ma'am. Please accept my apologies.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (distraído)
a. inattentive
2. (descortés)
a. impolite
Copyright © 2006 Harrap Publishers Limited
1 (descuidado) heedless; careless
2 (distraído) inattentive
3 (descortés) discourteous;con to
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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