Spanish translation of 'unaccustomed'
to be unaccustomed to sth no estar acostumbrado a algo ⧫ no tener costumbre de algo
to be unaccustomed to doing sth no tener costumbre de hacer algo ⧫ no acostumbrar hacer algo
unaccustomed as I am to public speaking aunque no tengo experiencia de hablar en público
2. (= unusual)
with unaccustomed zeal con un entusiasmo insólito
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Example Sentences Including 'unaccustomed'
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It's an unaccustomed role for a man whose journey up the greasy pole has looked effortless.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Some writers spoke to some members of the public: still a relatively unaccustomed endeavour.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
This is simply because they have the edge over opponents who are relatively unaccustomed to switching sides.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
This usually occurs because of overuse or unaccustomed exercise.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Forced to switch to an unaccustomed midfield role, he was hounded throughout and booed off when subbed.The Sun (2015)
The west London club are in the unaccustomed position of going into the last match of the group phase still needing a result to qualify.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
First, to help their guests through the shock of all that unaccustomed high-altitude exercise.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Simple aches and pains from unaccustomed exercise, a virus or straightforward wear and tear.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
And here he found himself in the unaccustomed role of match winner - at both ends.The Sun (2008)
Done well as cover in his unaccustomed role.The Sun (2006)
People who are unaccustomed to praying aloud feel more comfortable trying it with just two or three others.Christianity Today (2000)
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Translation of unaccustomed from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary