Traducción de nonchalant en Español:

nonchalant

despreocupado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌnɑnʃəˈlɑnt//ˈnɒnʃ(ə)l(ə)nt/

adjetivo

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    (person) (casual, relaxed) despreocupado
    (person) (indifferent) indiferente
    (gesture) desenfadado
    he gave a nonchalant wave saludó con desenfado
    • his nonchalant attitude to the job su despreocupada actitud hacia su trabajo
    • she's been remarkably nonchalant about the whole affair se ha tomado el asunto con una tranquilidad asombrosa
    • Sean gave a nonchalant shrug in reply and sat down on the edge of his bed.
    • Bowyer, on the other hand, displayed a nonchalant grin, full of boyish bravado.
    • He shrugged, and though he tried to appear nonchalant she could tell he was pleased by her approval, which made her smile even more.
    • About halfway across the parking lot, she slowed her pace, trying to appear nonchalant.
    • I headed towards the English department doing my best to be nonchalant.
    • He was very nonchalant, very offhand at the press conference when he was making those comments.
    • Jessica sounded nonchalant, but secretly she loved the fact that her target was Miranda.
    • He shrugged, utterly nonchalant, and it was then she realised he hadn't touched a drop of rum all evening.
    • However, like many divers, Lisa is quite nonchalant about the unexpected visitors.
    • They are ostentatiously nonchalant, disinclined to become too involved, at least to begin with.
    • As soon as I got a chance to turn around to look at him in a suitably subtle and nonchalant manner, I did so.
    • I shrugged in the most nonchalant way possible and crawled up onto my knees so I could fall back to sit against the wall comfortably.
    • Doc Charlie would casually flirt with the nonchalant female who would ever so calmly refuse.
    • She was talking about my present life in such a nonchalant way and acting as though it wasn't important.
    • They both act very nonchalant, as though there is absolutely no attraction, but anyone with eyes could see straight through it.
    • Kyle smiled down at his father and tried to correct his posture and look very cool and nonchalant at the same time.
    • Sanderson, 64 last week, is characteristically nonchalant at the prospect.
    • There was so much intensity in his face, yet he appeared calm and nonchalant.
    • He'd said it in such an offhand and nonchalant manner, though, that I decided to let it drop.
    • The men swore again, wondering how Tori could be so nonchalant when so many things were going wrong.