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Past participle ofsettle. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (established)
a. instalado
How's the new apartment? Are you guys all settled?¿Cómo está el apartamento nuevo? ¿Ya están completamente instalados?
2. (weather)
a. estable
Now that the weather is more settled, let's have a picnic.Ahora que el tiempo está más estable, hagamos un pícnic.
3. (colonized)
a. poblado
This part of town is barely settled and there aren't any buildings here.Esta parte del pueblo está poco poblada y no hay casi edificios aquí.
b. permanente
Edwin is an anthropologist studying the transition of nomadic societies into settled communities.Edwin es un antropólogo que estudia la transición de las sociedades nómadas en comunidades permanentes.
4. (unchanging)
a. estable
New regulations have disrupted decades of settled social norms among street vendors.Los nuevos reglamentos han interrumpido décadas de normas sociales estables entre los vendedores ambulantes.
5. (decided)
a. decidido
That's just your opinion. It's not a settled matter until the Supreme Court has handed down their ruling.Es solo tu opinión. No es un asunto decidido hasta que el Tribunal Supremo haya dictado su fallo.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (stable)
a. estable
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settled [ˈsetld]
1 (fixed, established) [+ideas, opinions] fijo; [+order, rhythm] estable; [+team] fijo; estable
a settled social order un orden social estable; the first settled civilization la primera civilización estable
she had no settled opinions on anything It had a nice settled feeling to it, as if people had lived there for years there was no settled rhythm of production on the farm I feel very settled in this job
to feel settled (in a place, job) sentirse adaptado; to get settled adaptarse; amoldarse
2 (colonized)
the eastern settled regions of the country los poblados or asentamientos permanentes de las regiones del este del país
this is one of the most settled areas in history, this part of Lebanon
3 [+weather] estable; asentado
when the weather is a little more settled
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