descuidado


descuidado
adj.
1 careless, forgetful, reckless, carefree.
2 neglected, forsaken, deserted, abandoned.
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: descuidar.
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descuidado
participio pasado
1→ {{link=descuidar}}descuidar
adjetivo
1 (negligente) careless, negligent
2 (desaseado) slovenly, untidy, neglected
3 (desprevenido) unprepared
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(f. - descuidada)
adj.
careless
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ADJ
1) [persona] (=despreocupado) careless; (=olvidadizo) forgetful; (=desprevenido) unprepared; (=tranquilo) easy in one's mind

coger o pillar a algn descuidado — to catch sb off his guard

puedes estar descuidado — you needn't worry, you can relax

2) (=desaliñado) [aspecto] untidy, slovenly; [habitación] untidy, messy
3) (=abandonado) neglected

con aspecto de niños descuidados — with the look of neglected children

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-da adjetivo
a) [ser] (negligente) careless

es muy descuidado al escribir — he writes very carelessly o sloppily

es muy descuidada en el vestir — she's very sloppy about the way she dresses

b) [estar] (desatendido) neglected

tiene la casa muy descuidada — his house is a mess (colloq)

al hijo lo tienen muy descuidado — they neglect their son terribly

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= run-down, sloppy [sloppier -comp., sloppiest -sup.], careless, messy [messier -comp., messiest -sup.], rough and tumble, neglected, scruffy [scruffier -comp., scuffiest -sup.], unattended, unkempt, abandoned, dingy [dingier -comp., dingiest -sup.], be remiss, thoughtless.
Ex. In order to overcome the limitations of legal advice centres a number of lawyers in the early seventies began to set up law centres in run-down inner-city areas.
Ex. Even the best abstractors and indexers may be subject to sloppy practices and grammatical indiscretions from time to time.
Ex. They will spend time trying to ascribe reasons to the variations whereas the true facts are that the citer was simply sloppy and careless.
Ex. The author discusses current attempts to organize electronic information objects in a world that is messy, volatile and uncontrolled.
Ex. Gloucester has been a rough and tumble fishing community and seaport since the 1600's.
Ex. The work of the Belgian internationalist and documentalist, Paul Otlet (1868-1944) forms an important and neglected part of the history of information.
Ex. The article 'Surprise: Scruffy Students Now Don Glad Rags for Class' reports that high school students throughout the country are dressing up these days and that what is chic varies from region to region.
Ex. He was hired to bring the library up to speed after a period of 2 years when it had been unattended by a librarian.
Ex. Modern tourists lack a classical training, and most of them are bewildered by such unkempt ruins as those that are found in Rome.
Ex. It tells the story of a young detective who stumbles across a stash of jewel thieves hiding out in an abandoned house.
Ex. Shortly after he began as director, he moved the library from a dingy Carnegie mausoleum to a downtown department store that had become vacant.
Ex. Yet readers would be remiss to rely solely on any single source for handling such sensitive and critical situations.
Ex. Frivolous or thoughtless spending can eat up your income and hence your future savings.
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* usar de un modo descuidado = bandy (about/around).
* uso de un modo descuidado = bandying about.
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-da adjetivo
a) [ser] (negligente) careless

es muy descuidado al escribir — he writes very carelessly o sloppily

es muy descuidada en el vestir — she's very sloppy about the way she dresses

b) [estar] (desatendido) neglected

tiene la casa muy descuidada — his house is a mess (colloq)

al hijo lo tienen muy descuidado — they neglect their son terribly

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= run-down, sloppy [sloppier -comp., sloppiest -sup.], careless, messy [messier -comp., messiest -sup.], rough and tumble, neglected, scruffy [scruffier -comp., scuffiest -sup.], unattended, unkempt, abandoned, dingy [dingier -comp., dingiest -sup.], be remiss, thoughtless.

Ex: In order to overcome the limitations of legal advice centres a number of lawyers in the early seventies began to set up law centres in run-down inner-city areas.

Ex: Even the best abstractors and indexers may be subject to sloppy practices and grammatical indiscretions from time to time.
Ex: They will spend time trying to ascribe reasons to the variations whereas the true facts are that the citer was simply sloppy and careless.
Ex: The author discusses current attempts to organize electronic information objects in a world that is messy, volatile and uncontrolled.
Ex: Gloucester has been a rough and tumble fishing community and seaport since the 1600's.
Ex: The work of the Belgian internationalist and documentalist, Paul Otlet (1868-1944) forms an important and neglected part of the history of information.
Ex: The article 'Surprise: Scruffy Students Now Don Glad Rags for Class' reports that high school students throughout the country are dressing up these days and that what is chic varies from region to region.
Ex: He was hired to bring the library up to speed after a period of 2 years when it had been unattended by a librarian.
Ex: Modern tourists lack a classical training, and most of them are bewildered by such unkempt ruins as those that are found in Rome.
Ex: It tells the story of a young detective who stumbles across a stash of jewel thieves hiding out in an abandoned house.
Ex: Shortly after he began as director, he moved the library from a dingy Carnegie mausoleum to a downtown department store that had become vacant.
Ex: Yet readers would be remiss to rely solely on any single source for handling such sensitive and critical situations.
Ex: Frivolous or thoughtless spending can eat up your income and hence your future savings.
* usar de un modo descuidado = bandy (about/around).
* uso de un modo descuidado = bandying about.

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descuidado -da
adjective
1 [ SER] (negligente) careless
es muy descuidado al escribir he writes very carelessly o sloppily
es muy descuidado, yo que tú no se lo prestaría he's very careless with things, if I were you I wouldn't lend him it
es muy descuidada en su forma de vestir she's very sloppy about o slapdash about o slovenly in the way she dresses
2 [ ESTAR] (desatendido) neglected
el jardín está muy descuidado the garden is very neglected o overgrown
tiene la casa muy descuidada he hasn't been looking after the house, his house is a mess (colloq), his house is in a real state (BrE colloq)
al hijo lo tienen muy descuidado they neglect their son terribly
los edificios son impresionantes, es una pena que estén tan descuidados the buildings are impressive, it's just a shame that they're so neglected o run-down
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Del verbo descuidar: (conjugate descuidar)

descuidado es:

el participio

Multiple Entries:
descuidado    
descuidar
descuidado
-da adjetivo

a) [ser] (negligente) careless;

(en el vestir) sloppy
b) [estar] (desatendido) neglected

descuidar (conjugate descuidar) verbo transitivonegocio/jardínto neglect
verbo intransitivo:
descuide, yo me ocuparé de eso don't worry, I'll see to that

descuidarse verbo pronominal
a) (no prestar atención, distraerse):

se descuidó un momento y el perro se le escapó his attention strayed for a moment and the dog ran off;

si te descuidas, te roban if you don't watch out, they'll rob you;
como te descuides, te van a quitar el puesto if you don't look out, they'll take your job from you
b) (en el aspecto físico) to neglect one's appearance

descuidado,-a adjetivo
1 (poco aseado) untidy, neglected
2 (poco cuidadoso) careless, negligent
3 (desprevenido) off one's guard
descuidar verbo transitivo to neglect, overlook
♦ Locuciones: descuida, don't worry
'descuidado' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
dejada
- dejado
- descuidada
- descuidarse
- abandonado
- despreocupado
English:
careless
- neglected
- neglectful
- negligent
- slack
- slapdash
- sloppy
- slovenly
- unkempt
- untidy
- grow
- messy
- straggly
- untended
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descuidado, -a adj
1. [desaseado] [persona, aspecto] untidy;
arréglate un poco, no vayas tan descuidado tidy yourself up a bit, don't be so slovenly
2. [abandonado] [jardín, casa] neglected;
[habitación] untidy; [barrio, ciudad] run-down;
un paraje bellísimo, pero muy descuidado a lovely spot, but very poorly looked after
3. [negligente] careless;
es muy descuidado con sus cosas he's very careless with his things
4. [distraído]
estaba descuidado he wasn't paying attention
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descuidado
adj careless
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descuidado, -da adj
1) : neglectful, careless
2) : neglected, unkempt
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descuidado adj
1. (poco cuidadoso) careless
es muy descuidada she's very careless
2. (desatentido) neglected
un jardín descuidado a neglected garden

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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