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Spanish translation of “restive”

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restive

adjective /ˈrestiv/
beginning to show displeasure, impatience, boredom etc, eg at delay, discipline etc; restless.
inquieto; impaciente
restively adverb
con impaciencia/nerviosismo
restiveness noun
inquietud, impaciencia, nerviosismo
Translations of “restive”
in French impatient, nerveux…
in German unruhig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 難駕馭的,不受管束的, 焦躁不安的…
in Russian беспокойный…
in Turkish huzursuz, huysuz, aksi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 难驾驭的,不受管束的, 焦躁不安的…
in Polish niespokojny…
(Definition of restive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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