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Translation of "uneasy" - English-Spanish dictionary

uneasy

adjective   /ʌnˈiː·zi/ ( comparative uneasier, superlative uneasiest)
worried because you think something bad might happen inquieto, intranquilo I feel a bit uneasy about her travelling alone.
(Definition of uneasy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

uneasy

adjective /anˈiːzi/
(of a person or a situation etc) troubled, anxious or unsettled inquieto When her son did not return, she grew uneasy.
unease noun
uneasiness inquietud an increasing atmosphere of unease.
uneasily adverb
in an uneasy or embarrassed way con inquietud He glanced uneasily at her.
uneasiness noun
the state of being uneasy inquietud, desasosiego, intranquilidad I could not understand her apparent uneasiness.
(Definition of uneasy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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