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English translation of 'inactivo'

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inactivo

Word forms: inactivo, inactiva
adjective
1.  [persona]
(sin actividad) inactive
(perezoso) idle
2.  [volcán] dormantinactive
3.  (Business, Economics)
[mercado] sluggish
[población] non-working
masculine noun/feminine noun
los inactivos the non-working population

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Example Sentences Including 'inactivo'

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-- El ciclista francés Armand de las Cuevas se rompió ayer la clavícula al caerse en la tercera etapa de los Cuatro Días de Dunquerque, por lo que estará inactivo varias semanas.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Debidamente indemnizado por sus tierras anegadas (la suma concedi-da, se rumoreaba, era muy superior al valor real) el cacique no permanecía por ello inactivo.
Juan Goytisolo Señas de identidad
Es decir, aunque el mercado inicie un periodo de recuperación, éste va a ser inactivo y lento.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Hay que intervenirle, escayolarle y que pase al menos dos meses inactivo.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Luis Alvarez declaró que, la lesión en la mano derecha, mantendrá inactivo al torero, " por lo menos, hasta el día 24, cuando espero que reaparezca en León ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Pero, otra vez, Malkiel discurre forzado por su interpretación del interfijo como morfema inactivo , de funciones meramente mecánicas.
Fernando Lázaro Carreter Estudios de lingüística

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'inactivo' in Other Languages

British English: dormant ADJECTIVE
Something that is dormant is not active, growing, or being used at the present time but is capable of becoming active later on.
...when the long dormant volcano erupted.
British English: inactive ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is inactive is not doing anything or is not working.
He certainly was not politically inactive.

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