unsettled
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unsettled(
uhn
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seh
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deld
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (changeable)
a. inestable
We can expect a period of unsettled weather during the coming week.Se espera un periodo de tiempo inestable para la semana entrante.
2. (uneasy)
a. inquieto
I slept badly and woke feeling unsettled.Dormí mal y me desperté inquieto.
b. agitado
The months after Ben left were an unsettled and difficult time.Los meses después de que partió Ben fueron un periodo agitado y difícil.
3. (undecided)
a. pendiente
The important question of the amount of compensation remains unsettled.La cuestión importante del monto de la indemnización queda pendiente.
b. sin resolver
While the dispute remains unsettled, there is always the threat of strike action.Mientras la disputa sigue sin resolver, siempre existe la amenaza de una huelga.
4. (unpaid)
a. pendiente
Unfortunately, her father left many unsettled debts when he died.Lamentablemente, cuando murió su padre dejó muchas deudas pendientes.
b. sin saldar
This lady disappeared from the hotel leaving her account unsettled.Esta señora desapareció del hotel dejando su cuenta sin saldar.
5. (unpopulated)
a. sin colonizar
There were large areas of unsettled land in the west, ripe for cultivation.En el oeste había extensas tierras sin colonizar, y listas para ser cultivadas.
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unsettled
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (restless)
a. inquieto(a)
2. (unresolved)
a. sin resolver
3. (unpaid)
a. sin pagar
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unsettled [ˈʌnˈsetld]
adjective
1 (uneasy, restless) [+person] intranquilo; [+sleep, night] agitado
he's feeling unsettled in his job no está del todo contento or a gusto en su trabajo
difficulty in sleeping" and `feeling unsettled" seems to be a common response with female victims of burglary `Grand Canyon" takes on weightier subjects, and it will leave many viewers unsettled and disturbed to [feel] unsettled
2 (undecided) [+matter, question] pendiente; sin resolver
3 (changeable) [+weather] inestable; variable; [+situation, market] inestable
4 (not populated) [+land] sin colonizar
5 (unpaid) [+account, bill] pendiente; sin saldar
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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