An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (disquieting)
a. inquietante
We have disturbing news of a child abduction from a local store.Tenemos noticias inquietantes acerca del secuestro de un niño en una tienda local.
b. preocupante
There was a disturbing development in the investigation today.Hoy se produjo una novedad preocupante en la investigación.
c. perturbador
She was haunted by the disturbing thought that she might be responsible for her brother's death.Estaba obsesionada con la idea perturbadora de que ella podría ser la responsable de la muerte de su hermano.
d. alarmante
Disturbing news that there may have been a bomb on the plane came out.Se dio a conocer la noticia alarmante de que podría haber habido una bomba en el avión.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (worrying)
a. preocupante
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disturbing [dɪsˈtɜːbɪŋ]
[+influence, thought] perturbador; [+event] inquietante; preocupante
it is disturbing that ... es inquietante que ...
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