An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (without control)
a. desenfrenado
What began as a peaceful protest devolved into unrestrained violence.Lo que empezó como una protesta pacífica degeneró en violencia desenfrenada.
b. descontrolado
The couple began to kiss with unrestrained passion.La pareja empezó a besarse con una pasión descontrolada.
c. incontrolado
The principal looked into the room and saw 30 unrestrained school children screaming and climbing on the desks.El director miró en el aula y vio que había 30 niños incontrolados que estaban gritando y subiéndose a las mesas.
2. (untied)
a. sin maniatar
The doctors were afraid that the patient would be a danger to himself if left unrestrained.Los médicos temían que el paciente fuera un peligro para sí mismo si lo dejaban sin maniatar.
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unrestrained [ˈʌnrɪˈstreɪnd]
1 (uncontrolled) [+joy, laughter, violence] desenfrenado; incontrolado; [+enthusiasm] desbordante
to be unrestrained by morality no estar frenado por la moralidad; to be unrestrained in one's views expresar su opinión sin reservas
2 (not held physically) [+car passenger] sin cinturón
In train accidents, passengers are unrestrained and find themselves thrown against heavy metal frames, luggage and other passengers
[+patient, prisoner] sin maniatar
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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