An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (dead)
a. sin vida
The bullet struck the soldier in the chest, and he fell to the ground, lifeless.La bala alcanzó al soldado en el pecho, y este cayó al suelo sin vida.
b. exánime
Friends and family in attendance at the wake placed flowers upon his lifeless body.Los amigos y familiares que asistieron al velorio colocaron flores sobre su cuerpo exánime.
2. (lacking in activity)
a. sin vida
The actress's lifeless expression did little to illuminate the script.La expresión sin vida de la actriz no ayudó a iluminar el guion.
b. apagado
I told you I loved you, but you just looked back at me with lifeless eyes.Te dije que te quería, pero tú solo me lanzaste una mirada con tus ojos apagados.
3. (deserted)
a. sin vida
There wasn't a soul on the lifeless streets of the old mill town.No había ni un alma en las calles sin vida del viejo pueblo fabril.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. sin vida
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lifeless [ˈlaɪflɪs]
[+body] sin vida; exánime; [+streets] sin vida; desolado; [+face, voice, eyes] apagado; sin vida; [+hair] sin cuerpo; lacio;
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