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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (causing discomfort)
a. uncomfortable
La silla del entrevistado es incómoda para que no se relaje demasiado.The interviewee chair is uncomfortable so they don't relax too much.
2. (flustered)
a. awkward
Felicia se sintió incómoda cuando llegó su exnovio a ver a su hermano.Felicia felt awkward when her ex-boyfriend came over to see her brother.
b. uncomfortable
Magda se sentía incómoda con la novia de su hija.Magda felt uncomfortable with her daugher's girlfriend.
c. ill at ease (person)
No quiero que te sientas incómodo, pero necesito que me cuentes cada detalle de lo que sucedió.I don't want you to feel ill at ease, but I need you to tell me every detail of what happened.
d. embarrassing (situation, moment, questions)
Fue muy incómodo cuando mi pequeño empezó a gritar malas palabras durante la misa.It was very embarrassing when my toddler started screaming foul language during mass.
3. (angry) (Andes)
a. angry
¿Sabes por qué Sara está incómoda conmigo?Do you know why Sara is angry with me?
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (silla, postura)
a. uncomfortable
2. (situación)
a. awkward, uncomfortable
una pregunta incómodaan awkward question
me resulta incómodo hablar con ella de estos temasI find it embarrassing o I feel uncomfortable talking to her about these matters
sentirse incómodoto feel awkward o uncomfortable
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1 [+sofá, situación] uncomfortable
un paquete incómodo de llevar an awkward o cumbersome package to carry; sentirse incómodo to feel ill at ease; feel uncomfortable; me resultaba incómodo estar con los dos a la vez I felt ill at ease o uncomfortable being with both of them together
2 [+persona] tiresome; annoying
era una persona incómoda la situación era muy incómoda
estar incómodo con algn (S. Cone) to be angry with sb; be fed up with sb (familiar)
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