English translation of 'despreocupado'
despreocupadodespreocupada [dʒispreokuˈpado, a]
com a notícia ele ficou mais despreocupado after hearing the news he was less concerned or worried
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'despreocupado' in Other Languages
British English: blithe ADJECTIVE
You use blithe to indicate that something is done casually, without serious or careful thought.
On closer inspection, her optimism wasn't as blithe as it appears.
British English: carefree ADJECTIVE
A carefree person or period of time doesn't have or involve any problems, worries, or responsibilities.
She remembered carefree summers at the beach.
British English: nonchalant ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as nonchalant, you mean that they appear not to worry or care about things and that they seem very calm.
His mother is nonchalant about her role in her son's latest work.
Translation of despreocupado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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