English translation of 'indisposto'
indispostoindisposta [ı̃dʒisˈpostu, ˈpɔsta]
(doente) unwell, poorly
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'indisposto' in Other Languages
British English: poorly /ˈpʊəlɪ; ˈpɔː-/ ADJECTIVE
If someone is poorly, they are ill.
You look very poorly.
- American English: unwell
- Arabic: مَرِيض
- Brazilian Portuguese: indisposto
- Chinese: 生病的
- Croatian: bolestan
- Czech: indisponovaný
- Danish: dårligt
- Dutch: minnetjes
- European Spanish: enfermo
- Finnish: huonokuntoinen
- French: malade
- German: krank
- Greek: φτωχικός
- Italian: malandato
- Japanese: 体調が悪い
- Korean: 건강이 나쁜
- Norwegian: dårlig
- Polish: cierpiący
- European Portuguese: indisposto
- Romanian: răureferitor la o boala
- Russian: бедно
- Spanish: mal a medias
- Swedish: krasslig
- Thai: ไม่ค่อยสบาย
- Turkish: acemice
- Ukrainian: хворий
- Vietnamese: ốm
Translation of indisposto from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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