English translation of 'desabitado'
desabitadodesabitada [dʒizabiˈtadu, a]
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'desabitado' in Other Languages
British English: uninhabited /ˌʌnɪnˈhæbɪtɪd/ ADJECTIVE
An uninhabited place is one where no-one lives.
...an uninhabited island.
- American English: uninhabited
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مَسْكُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: inabitado
- Chinese: 杳无人迹的
- Croatian: nenastanjen
- Czech: neobydlený
- Danish: ubeboet
- Dutch: onbewoond
- European Spanish: inhabitado
- Finnish: asumaton
- French: inhabité
- German: unbewohnt
- Greek: ακατοίκητος
- Italian: disabitato
- Japanese: 人の住んでいない
- Korean: 사람이 살지 않는
- Norwegian: ubebodd
- Polish: niezamieszkały
- European Portuguese: desabitado
- Romanian: nelocuit
- Russian: необитаемый
- Spanish: inhabitado
- Swedish: obebodd
- Thai: ไม่มีคนอาศัยอยู่
- Turkish: meskun olmayan
- Ukrainian: незаселений
- Vietnamese: không có người ở
Translation of desabitado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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