English translation of 'indisposé'
Word forms: indisposé, indisposée
1. (= peu bien) indisposed ⧫ unwell
2. (= ayant ses règles)
être indisposée to be having one’s period
Elle est indisposée. It’s her time of the month. ⧫ She’s having her period.
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Example Sentences Including 'indisposé'
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A l'intérieur se trouve un jeune homme manifestement indisposé par ce dispositif.Le Monde (2002)
Ce conflit a sûrement indisposé le ministère de la culture.Le Monde (1998)
Je me rends compte que j'ai indisposé des gens prêts à tout.Le Monde (2003)
Trends of 'indisposé'
Used Occasionally. indisposé is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'indisposé' in Other Languages
British English: unwell /ʌnˈwɛl/ ADJECTIVE
If you are unwell, you are ill.
His wife was too unwell to go with him.
- American English: unwell
- Arabic: مَرِيض
- Brazilian Portuguese: doente
- Chinese: 生病的
- Croatian: koji se loše osjeća
- Czech: nemocný
- Danish: utilpas
- Dutch: onwel
- European Spanish: mal
- Finnish: huonovointinen
- French: indisposé
- German: unwohl
- Greek: αδιάθετος
- Italian: malato
- Japanese: 気分のすぐれない
- Korean: 몸이 편치 않은
- Norwegian: uvel
- Polish: niezdrów
- European Portuguese: doente
- Romanian: indispus
- Russian: нездоровый
- Spanish: mal indispuesto
- Swedish: dålig
- Thai: ไม่สบาย
- Turkish: iyi değil
- Ukrainian: нездоровий
- Vietnamese: không khỏe
Translation of indisposé from the Collins French to English
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