English translation of 'ausente'
1. (físicamente) absent (de from)
estar ausente de to be absent from ⧫ be missing from
estar ausente de su casa to be away from home
2. (mentalmente) daydreaming
masculine and feminine noun
(School etc.) absentee
(Law) missing person
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Example Sentences Including 'ausente'
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Dolores había comprado un periodico en un quiosco del boulevard Saint-Michel y leía los anuncios con una expresion ausente y premiosa.Señas de identidad
La medida no pareció sensata, ya que el ausente podía tener razones persussoras.Estudios de lingüística
Y ella casi nunca ha estado ausente de las obras que dirige su marido.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
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'ausente' in Other Languages
British English: absent /ˈæbsənt/ ADJECTIVE
If someone or something is absent from a place or situation, they are not there.
He was absent from work for 35 days.
- American English: absent
- Arabic: غائِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: ausente
- Chinese: 缺席
- Croatian: odsutan
- Czech: nepřítomný
- Danish: fraværende
- Dutch: afwezig
- European Spanish: ausente
- Finnish: poissa oleva
- French: absent
- German: abwesend
- Greek: απών
- Italian: assente
- Japanese: 不在の
- Korean: 부재의
- Norwegian: fraværende
- Polish: nieobecny
- European Portuguese: ausente
- Romanian: absent
- Russian: отсутствующий
- Spanish: ausente
- Swedish: frånvarande
- Thai: ขาด
- Turkish: yok
- Ukrainian: відсутній
- Vietnamese: vắng mặt
British English: absentee NOUN
An absentee is a person who is expected to be in a particular place but who is not there.
British English: absentee ADJECTIVE
Absentee is used to describe someone who is not there to do a particular job in person.
Absentee fathers will be forced to pay child maintenance.
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