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Translation of "oblivious" - English-Spanish dictionary

oblivious

adjective   /əˈblɪv·i·əs/
not knowing anything about something that is happening inconsciente She seemed completely oblivious to what was happening around her.
(Definition of oblivious from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

oblivious

adjective /əˈbliviəs/
unaware of or not paying attention to inconsciente He was oblivious of what was happening He was oblivious to our warnings.
obliviously adverb
inconscientemente Despite all the noise outside, she carried on working obliviously.
(Definition of oblivious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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