English translation of 'inativo'
inativoinativa [inaˈtʃivu, a]
2. (aposentado, reformado) retired
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'inativo' in Other Languages
British English: idle /ˈaɪdl/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as idle you disapprove of them not doing anything when they should be doing something.
The shops are full of idle staff.
- American English: idle
- Arabic: كَسُولٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inativo
- Chinese: 懒惰的
- Croatian: besposlen
- Czech: nečinný
- Danish: ledig
- Dutch: inactief
- European Spanish: ocioso
- Finnish: joutilas
- French: oisif
- German: untätig
- Greek: αδρανής
- Italian: pigro
- Japanese: 何もしない
- Korean: 놀고 있는
- Norwegian: uvirksom
- Polish: bezczynny
- European Portuguese: inativo
- Romanian: inactiv
- Russian: бездельничающий
- Spanish: ocioso
- Swedish: sysslolös
- Thai: เกียจคร้าน
- Turkish: boş insan
- Ukrainian: ледачий
- Vietnamese: nhàn rỗi
British English: inactive ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is inactive is not doing anything or is not working.
He certainly was not politically inactive.
Translation of inativo from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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