An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. inesperado
We thought he would be happy with his gift, but his reaction was totally unexpected.Pensamos que estaría contento con su regalo, pero su reacción fue totalmente inesperada.
b. imprevisto
The conference has been canceled due to unexpected problems.La conferencia ha sido cancelada debido a dificultades imprevistas.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. inesperado(a)
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unexpected [ˈʌnɪksˈpektɪd]
[+death, arrival, appearance, visit] inesperado; repentino; [+victory, success] inesperado; [+problem, expense] inesperado; imprevisto
In both 1989 and 1990 the Parliamentary elections had unexpected results Your life could be going through some unexpected but rather pleasant changes
they turn up in the most unexpected places aparecen en los lugares más insospechados; his arrival was an unexpected bonus for the fans su llegada fue un regalo inesperado para los fans; it was all very unexpected fue todo muy inesperado
this is an unexpected pleasure! His dream of being the power broker in a hung parliament was shattered by the Tories' unexpected success The unexpected success of this film paved the way for a series of films by black directors TOURISTS heading for America received an unexpected bonus yesterday as the pound hit the two dollar mark for the first time in 11 years events took an unexpected turn this decision may have unexpected results
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