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Translation of "casual" - English-Spanish dictionary

casual

adjective   /ˈkæʒ·u·əl/
B1 Casual clothes are comfortable and not formal. informal
not planned fortuito a casual remark
relaxed and not seeming very interested in someone or something despreocupado a casual manner
casually adverb /ˈkæʒ·u·əl·i/
despreocupadamente, de manera informal, informalmente She was dressed casually in shorts and a T-shirt.
casualness noun [no plural] /ˈkæʒ·u·əl·nəs/
despreocupación
(Definition of casual from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

casual

adjective /ˈkӕʒuəl/
not careful despreocupado, rápido I took a casual glance at the book.
happening by chance ocasional, fortuito a casual remark.
not regular or permanent eventual casual labour/labor.
casually adverb
casualmente She casually glanced through a magazine.
casualness noun
casualidad I was surprised by the casualness of his attitude.
(Definition of casual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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