Traducción de uncommitted en Español:

uncommitted

no comprometido, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌənkəˈmɪdəd//ʌnkəˈmɪtɪd/

adjetivo

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    no comprometido
    • Wittingly or not, Marlin touched on another of those garage whispers: Atwood somehow is uncommitted to the sport and his career.
    • It is not as dramatic as the big plunge, but perhaps more believable to uncommitted or easily-discouraged voters.
    • In the words of Herbert Butterfield, who is not a Lutheran, ‘Hold to Christ and for the rest be totally uncommitted.’
    • She recognized from the TV pictures at least half a dozen uncommitted local activists whom the campaign has also been trying to woo.
    • Do we really look weak, uncommitted, value-free-tacking to the wind, whichever way it blows?
    • To court uncommitted Democrats in the House voting, Republican leaders agreed to create a special congressional commission to monitor human rights violations in China after the country is granted the trade status.
    • For Sheeler, perhaps even more than for Stieglitz, Strand, and others, photography was a socially uncommitted art, whose purpose was to seek and reveal expressive form.
    • Apart from anything else, we're not living under a military regime - it just antagonises the uncommitted middle ground, who are the very people we want to win over.
    • Pellucid believes that there are nine million golfers who fall in the uncommitted category, which are defined in 2002 as players playing one to four rounds per year.
    • The reality, however, was that Scott - earning a seven-figure salary - was not earning that salary and was uncommitted and unprepared by all accounts.
    • It is within this generally uncommitted and unserious atmosphere that one encounters so many disappointing works.
    • Even today, some authors appear uncommitted to this view.
    • In the case of phones, paying $1.50 for a high quality call is far more cost effective than paying 50 cents for a short call hurriedly read by an uncommitted caller.
    • Secondly, to what extent, in down-playing ideological choices, is he creating a new straitjacket, that of the uncommitted centre which just muddled through?
    • Until the forces of the virtual republic took to the field, sanctions against the uncommitted majority were unlikely to be undertaken.
    • Athletes who are unprepared for and/or uncommitted to the academic part of the equation have nonetheless come to college because it is viewed as their only route to professional stardom.
    • Psychologists have long noted that rational debate seldom convinces people of the truth of an argument, unless they enter the debate uncommitted.
    • But with as much as one third of the electorate said to be uncommitted, the big question was not whether Blair and Labour would be re-elected, but by how much - or how little.
    • He briefly sketches the beliefs of five selected scientists including two believers, two nonbelievers, and one uncommitted.
    • Many, perhaps most, came uncommitted and unconvinced.