Traducción de disaffected en Español:


desafecto, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌdɪsəˈfɛktəd//dɪsəˈfɛktɪd/


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    party members are becoming disaffected el partido está perdiendo el apoyo de sus miembros
    • A spokesman for the disaffected crew said he expected the tribunal to reveal the volunteers have a strong case.
    • Still, there are plenty of disaffected people turning to jazz.
    • Very often the authorities were forced to acknowledge the wrongs inflicted on disaffected communities.
    • We know the system is wrong when there are so many disaffected voters.
    • Meanwhile, a revolutionary insurrection by a disaffected Kentish mob threatens to bring anarchy to London.
    • Harper's not going to alienate the social conservatives of any other group of disaffected voters.
    • The alibi at Westminster, in such situations, is that a disaffected member must stay, to represent his constituents.
    • You might find moments of optimism hidden among Tweedy's disaffected, disconnected lyrics.
    • Margo, the other day I wrote to you about being a disaffected Australian.
    • Consumers are angry and suspicious, many health care workers are frustrated and disaffected.
    • There is also the minority of highly disaffected young men who want to control their patches.
    • There have also been scandals surrounding disaffected agents.
    • China has in fact created this huge rallying point with I would imagine, millions of disaffected people.
    • The terrorist recruitment base is always disaffected, radicalised youth.
    • It is also easy to understand why residents are disaffected.
    • Eddie has been instrumental in working with disaffected young people in the area, inspiring pride in the local community.
    • He said dealing with disaffected youth was also a priority.
    • Now they just make you look like a disaffected member of Generation X.
    • It is brain washing, profoundly unhealthy and a foundation course for turning disaffected youths into terrorists.
    • If the Tories seem like the nasty party again, disaffected Labour folk could well slouch back home, albeit grudgingly.