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Spanish translation of “alien”

alien

adjective /ˈeiliən/
strange and very different from what you are used to; foreign
extraño, extranjero, foráneo
They found themselves in an alien environment alien customs.
relating to creatures from another planet
Extraterreste
alien beings.
alienate /-neit/ verb to make someone dislike you or not support you
ganarse la antipatía (de)
His extreme views alienated a lot of potential voters.
to make people feel that they do not belong to a particular group
Marginar
Older people sometimes feel alienated from society.
alienation noun
alejamiento; enajenación
a feeling of alienation from other people.
(Definition of alien from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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