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Translation of "awkward" - English-Spanish dictionary

awkward

adjective   /ˈɔːk·wəd/
difficult or causing problems incómodo an awkward question
embarrassing and not relaxed incómodo an awkward silence
moving in a way that is not attractive torpe His movements were slow and awkward.
awkwardly adverb /ˈɔːk·wəd·li/
torpemente
awkwardness noun [no plural] /ˈɔːk·wəd·nəs/
torpeza
(Definition of awkward from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

awkward

adjective /ˈoːkwəd/
not graceful or elegant patoso, desgarbado, torpe an awkward movement.
difficult or causing difficulty, embarrassment etc difícil, delicado, peliagudo He kept asking her awkward questions There was an awkward silence wheh he mentioned her ex-husband The electric socket is in an awkward place.
awkwardly adverb
desgarbadamente He fell awkwardly and twisted his ankle.
awkwardness noun
dificultad; torpeza a moment of awkwardness.
(Definition of awkward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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