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insecure

adjective /insiˈkjuə/
unsure of oneself or lacking confidence
inseguro
Whenever he was in a crowd of people he felt anxious and insecure.
not safe or firmly fixed
inseguro, que no está fijo, que baila
This chair-leg is insecure an insecure lock.
insecurely adverb
inseguramente
insecurity noun ( plural insecurities)
inseguridad
He was experiencing feelings of insecurity.
(Definition of insecure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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