An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. unharmed
Yo me quebré el brazo pero mi esposa salió ilesa del accidente.I broke my arm, but my wife escaped the accident unharmed.
Cuando el tren se descarriló, los rescatistas esperaban encontrar muchos heridos, pero afortunadamente todos los pasajeros resultaron ilesos.When the train derailed, the rescuers expected to find many injured people, but luckily all the passengers were unharmed.
b. unhurt
Un ómnibus escolar chocó contra un poste pero, por milagro, todos los niños resultaron ilesos.A school bus crashed against a post but, miraculously, all the children were unhurt.
c. unscathed
No sé cómo el conductor salió ileso de un choque tan grave.I can't imagine how the driver managed to survive such a bad collision unscathed.
d. uninjured
La víctima resultó ilesa pero estaba en estado de shock.The victim escaped uninjured, but was in shock.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. unhurt, unharmed
salir o resultar ilesoto escape unharmed
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1 (sin lesiones) unhurt; unharmed
los pasajeros resultaron ilesos the passengers were unhurt o unharmed; salió ileso he escaped unscathed
2 (sin tocar) untouched
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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