English translation of 'ileso'
ilesoilesa [iˈlɛzu, a]
sair ileso to escape unhurt
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'ileso' in Other Languages
British English: unharmed ADJECTIVE
If someone or something is unharmed after an accident or violent incident, they are not hurt or damaged in any way.
They both escaped unharmed.
British English: unhurt ADJECTIVE
If someone who has been attacked, or involved in an accident, is unhurt, they are not injured.
The driver escaped unhurt, but a pedestrian was injured.
British English: unscathed ADJECTIVE
If you are unscathed after a dangerous experience, you have not been injured or harmed by it.
Tony emerged unscathed apart from a severely bruised finger.
British English: untouched ADJECTIVE
Something that is untouched by something else is not affected by it.
Foreign airlines remain untouched by the deregulation that has swept the country.
Translation of ileso from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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