An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (pointless)
a. sin sentido
The government did not want the country to be dragged into a senseless war.El Gobierno no quería que el país se dejara arrastrar a una guerra sin sentido.
2. (unconscious)
a. inconsciente
The blow from the baseball bat knocked him senseless.El golpe del bate de béisbol lo dejó inconsciente.
b. sin sentido
I found her lying senseless on the floor.La encontré tendida sin sentido en el suelo.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unconscious)
a. inconsciente
2. (pointless)
a. absurdo(a)
senseless [ˈsenslɪs]
1 [+waste, violence etc] sin sentido
a senseless waste of energy resources it was a senseless waste of human life what a senseless thing to do/say!
it is senseless to protest no tiene sentido protestar
2 (unconscious) sin sentido; inconsciente
he was lying senseless on the floor yacía sin sentido or inconsciente en el suelo; to knock sb senseless derribar a algn y dejarle sin sentido; he fell senseless to the floor cayó al suelo sin sentido
to fall senseless
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