distracted

distracted(
dihs
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trahk
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dihd
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (inattentive)
a. abstraído
He seems distracted lately. His mind's definitely not on his work.Lo he notado como abstraído últimamente. Es cierto que no está concentrado en el trabajo.
b. distraído
He was thinking of all the problems at home when Don interrupted his distracted thoughts.Pensaba en todos los problemas que tenía en casa cuando Don interrumpió sus pensamientos distraídos.
c. despistado
I was distracted all week and am now behind on my work.Estaba despistado toda la semana y ahora estoy atrasado en mi trabajo.
2. (distraught)
a. trastornado
We were distracted with worry when our daughter didn't come home.Estábamos trastornados por la preocupación cuando nuestra hija no volvió a casa.
b. alterado
Judith was distracted for days after her boyfriend broke up with her.Judith estaba alterada durante días después de que su novio cortó con ella.
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distracted
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (general)
a. abstraído(a), ausente
to be distractedestar abstraído(a) or ausente
distracted [dɪsˈtræktɪd]
adjective
1 (preoccupied) distraído
2 (mad) loco
like one distracted como un loco; to be distracted with anxiety estar loco de inquietud
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