An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (without restrain)
a. uncontrolled
Las acciones del acusado fueron motivadas por su ira incontrolada.The accused actions were motivated by his uncontrolled rage.
b. unrestrained
La expansión incontrolada de la siembra de soja ha puesto en riesgo el futuro de la producción agrícola.The unrestrained expansion of soybean crops has compromised the future of agricultural production.
2. (without authorization)
a. unauthorized
Se acusó a un inspector de no comprobar la construcción incontrolada en la zona.An inspector has been charged with failing to check unauthorized construction in the area.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (velocidad)
a. furious
2. (situación)
a. out of hand
3. (comando)
a. maverick, not controlled by the leadership
4. (aumento de precios)
a. spiraling
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incontroladoa incontrolada
(sin control) uncontrolled; (sin permiso) unauthorized; (violento) violent; wild;
1 (persona violenta) violent person esp policeman etc who acts outside the law; (esp policeman etc who acts outside the law)
2 (Política) strong-arm man; bully-boy
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