nonchalant

nonchalant(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (casual)
a. despreocupado
My nonchalant demeanor is just a facade. I'm actually terrified.Mi actitud despreocupada es sólo una fachada. En verdad estoy aterrado.
The senator tried to appear nonchalant after receiving the news that he had lost his reelection bid.El senador trató de sonar despreocupado tras recibir la noticia de que había perdido su intento de reeleción.
b. desenfadado
Neal shrugged in a nonchalant manner when his dad asked him about his grades.Neal se encogió de hombros de manera desenfadada cuando su papá le preguntó por sus calificaciones.
2. (unconcerned)
a. indiferente
Her nonchalant response regarding Marlon's accident left us all stunned.Su respuesta indiferente con respecto al accidente de Marlon nos dejó a todos atónitos.
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nonchalant
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (general)
a. indiferente, despreocupado(a)
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nonchalant [ˈnɒnʃələnt]
adjective
1 (casual) [+person, attitude, manner] despreocupado
I tried to look nonchalant intenté adoptar un aire despreocupado
he was always very nonchalant about his role in the affair
she gave a nonchalant wave of her hand agitó la mano con desenfado
2 (indifferent) indiferente
she was very nonchalant about it actuó como si no tuviera ninguna importancia para ella
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