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Translation of "distraction" - English-Spanish dictionary

distraction

noun   /dɪˈstræk.ʃən/
[no plural] the state of being very bored or annoyed desconsuelo His lessons bore me to distraction. That dreadful noise is driving me to distraction.1074
something that prevents someone from giving their attention to something else distracción I can turn the television off if you find it a distraction.1847
an activity that you do for pleasure diversión one of the distractions of city life976
(Definition of distraction from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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