English translation of 'distraído'
distraídodistraída [dʒistraˈidu, a]
2. (não atento) inattentive
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'distraído' in Other Languages
British English: absent-minded /ˌæbsəntˈmaɪndɪd/ ADJECTIVE
An absent-minded person is very forgetful or does not pay attention to what they are doing.
In his later life he became even more absent-minded.
- American English: absent-minded
- Arabic: شاَرِدُ الذِّهْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: distraído
- Chinese: 心不在焉
- Croatian: odsutan duhom
- Czech: roztržitý
- Danish: åndsfraværende
- Dutch: verstrooid
- European Spanish: distraído
- Finnish: hajamielinen
- French: étourdi indicator not needed here.
- German: geistesabwesend
- Greek: αφηρημένος
- Italian: distratto
- Japanese: ぼんやりした
- Korean: 멍한
- Norwegian: distré
- Polish: roztargniony
- European Portuguese: distraído
- Romanian: neatent
- Russian: рассеянный
- Spanish: distraído
- Swedish: tankspridd
- Thai: ใจลอย
- Turkish: dalgın
- Ukrainian: неуважний
- Vietnamese: chểnh mảng
British English: distracted ADJECTIVE
If you are distracted, you are not concentrating on something because you are worried or are thinking about something else.
She had seemed curiously distracted.
Translation of distraído from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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