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Translation of "vague" - English-Spanish dictionary

vague

adjective   /veɪɡ/
not clear or certain vago I have a vague idea of where the hotel is.
vaguely adverb /veɪɡ·li/
vagamente I vaguely (= slightly) remember meeting her.
vagueness noun [no plural] /veɪɡ·nəs/
vaguedad, imprecisión The vagueness of his answers showed that he did not understand the questions.
(Definition of vague from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vague

adjective /veiɡ/
not clear, distinct or definite vago Through the fog we saw the vague outline of a ship She has only a vague idea of how the machine works.
(of people) imprecise, or impractical and forgetful vago He is always rather vague when it comes to making arrangements.
vagueness noun
vaguedad, imprecisión
vaguely adverb
in a vague manner vagamente I vaguely remember him.
slightly vagamente, un poco She felt vaguely irritated I feel vaguely uneasy about the boat journey.
(Definition of vague from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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