English translation of 'inquietante'
'inquietante' in Other Languages
British English: uncanny /ʌnˈkænɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If something is uncanny, it is strange and difficult to explain.
I had this uncanny feeling that I was seeing the future.
- American English: uncanny
- Arabic: غَرِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: estranho
- Chinese: 离奇的
- Croatian: sablastan
- Czech: podivný
- Danish: forbløffende
- Dutch: griezelig
- European Spanish: asombroso extraño
- Finnish: outo pelottava
- French: étrange
- German: unheimlich
- Greek: μυστηριώδης
- Italian: inquietante
- Japanese: 薄気味悪い
- Korean: 신비로운
- Norwegian: uhyggelig
- Polish: osobliwy
- European Portuguese: estranho
- Romanian: ciudat
- Russian: сверхъестественный
- Spanish: asombroso
- Swedish: kuslig
- Thai: แปลกจนไม่สามารถอธิบายได้
- Turkish: tekinsiz
- Ukrainian: моторошний
- Vietnamese: kì lạ
British English: disturbing ADJECTIVE
Something that is disturbing makes you feel worried or upset.
There was something about him she found disturbing.
British English: unnerving ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as unnerving, you mean that it makes you feel worried or uncomfortable.
It is very unnerving to find out that someone you see every day is carrying a potentially deadly virus.
British English: unsettling ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as unsettling, you mean that it makes you feel rather worried or uncertain.
The prospect of change of this kind has an unsettling effect on any organisation.
Translation of inquietante from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary