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Translation of "neglect" - English-Spanish dictionary

neglect

verb   /nɪˈɡlekt/
to not give enough attention to something or someone descuidar, desatender He neglects that poor dog. I’m afraid I’ve been neglecting the garden.
noun [no plural]   /nɪˈɡlekt/
the fact of not giving enough attention to something or someone negligencia The children had suffered years of neglect.
(Definition of neglect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

neglect

verb /niˈɡlekt/
to treat carelessly or not give enough attention to descuidar, desatender He neglected his work.
to fail (to do something) no cumplir con He neglected to answer the letter.
(Definition of neglect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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