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Spanish translation of “unconscious”

unconscious

adjective /anˈkonʃəs/
senseless or stunned, eg because of an accident
inconsciente
She was unconscious for three days after the crash.
not aware
inconsciente, que no se da cuenta de algo
He was unconscious of having said anything rude.
unintentional
inconsciente
Her prejudice is quite unconscious.
unconsciously adverb unintentionally, or without being aware
inconscientemente
She unconsciously addressed me by the wrong name.
unconsciousness noun
inconsciencia, pérdida de conocimiento
(Definition of unconscious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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