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insensible

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insensible(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (unconscious)
a. inconsciente
I found him laid out on the couch, insensible through drink.Lo encontré echado en el sofá, inconsciente por haber tomado tanto.
b. sin conocimiento
Henry fell to the floor, where he lay insensible for some time.Henry cayó al suelo, donde quedó sin conocimiento durante unos minutos.
2. (without sensation)
a. insensible
Years of guitar-playing have left my fingertips virtually insensible.Tantos años de tocar guitarra me han dejado las puntas de los dedos prácticamente insensibles.
3. (indifferent)
a. indiferente
They were totally insensible to the logic of my argument, even when I produced evidence.Se mostraron totalmente indiferentes a la lógica de mi argumento, aún cuando proporcioné pruebas.
b. insensible
The tsar was insensible to the suffering of his subjects.El zar era insensible al sufrimiento de sus súbditos.
4. (unaware)
a. indiferente
The directors are insensible of the problem, so they are not making efforts to address it.Los directores son indiferentes del problema, por lo que no está haciendo nada para resolverlo.
b. no consciente
He seemed insensible of the dangers involved and went ahead with his attempt on the summit.Parecía no ser consciente de los peligros y siguió adelante con su intento de llegar a la cima.
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insensible
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (unconscious)
a. inconsciente
to be insensibleestar inconsciente
2. (unaware)
a.
to be insensible of somethingno ser consciente de algo
Copyright © 2006 Harrap Publishers Limited
insensible [ɪnˈsensəbl]
adjective
1 (unconscious) inconsciente; sin conocimiento
he drank himself insensible bebió hasta perder el conocimiento; the blow knocked him insensible el golpe le hizo perder el conocimiento
2 (insensitive)
to be insensible to sth ser insensible a algo; insensible to heat/cold insensible al calor/al frío; he seemed insensible to shame no parecía saber lo que es tener vergüenza
3 (unaware)
to be insensible of sth no ser consciente de algo; no darse cuenta de algo; she seemed wholly insensible of the honour done to her parecía que no era consciente en absoluto del honor que se le hacía; parecía no darse cuenta en absoluto del honor que se le hacía; to be insensible of danger no ser consciente del peligro
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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