English translation of 'malestar'
1. (= incomodidad) discomfort
uno de los síntomas es un malestar generalizado one of the symptoms is a general feeling of discomfort
sentía un ligero malestar he felt slightly unwell
el medicamento le produjo malestar en el estómago the medicine upset his stomach
2. (= inquietud) unease
enseguida adivinó su malestar he immediately sensed her unease
su conducta le causó un profundo malestar his behaviour disturbed her deeply
3. (= descontento) discontent
las nuevas medidas han causado malestar entre la población the new measures have aroused discontent among the population
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- Corrupción, malestar económico (o sea, crisis), malestar social (léase PSV) y división interna.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
El rostro de Occhetto delataba con la misma nitidez su malestar y decepción.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
En el décimo whisky, no hay más placer que en el noveno: hay malestar , pérdida de la realidad, de la salud y de la conciencia.La última noche de Dostoievski
Pero, además, ha provocado un indisimulado malestar en las filas del PNV, EA e IU-EB por la actitud de Ramón Jáuregui (PSE-EE) y Carlos Iturgaiz (PP).El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
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British English: discomfort NOUN
Discomfort is a painful feeling in part of your body when you have been hurt slightly or when you have been uncomfortable for a long time.
She carried her left arm at an awkward angle, as if it were causing her discomfort.
British English: malaise NOUN
Malaise is a state in which there is something wrong with a society or group, for which there does not seem to be a quick or easy solution.
There is no easy short-term solution to the country's chronic economic malaise.
British English: unease NOUN
If you have a feeling of unease, you feel rather anxious or afraid, because you think that something is wrong.
Sensing my unease about the afternoon ahead, he told me,'These men are pretty easy to talk to'.
British English: unrest NOUN
If there is unrest in a particular place, people are expressing anger and dissatisfaction about something.
The real danger is civil unrest in the east of the country.
Translation of malestar from the Collins Spanish to English Dictionary
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