Traducción de unenlightened en Español:


poco culto, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌənɛnˈlaɪtnd//ʌnɛnˈlʌɪt(ə)nd//ʌnɪnˈlʌɪt(ə)nd/


  • 1

    (reader/viewer/public) poco culto
    (reader/viewer/public) poco preparado
    I was unenlightened by his explanation su explicación no me aclaró nada
    • Call me unenlightened, but I'm glad it's over, and that I can now get back to the real work of making this world a smarter, better place.
    • But before she made her final impassioned plea to her seemingly unenlightened colleagues, the air had been thick with expectation.
    • According to Tibetan Buddhism, the universe is populated by a vast array of enlightened and unenlightened beings.
    • At best, you could say the narrator is a man of his unenlightened times.
    • Boyd has now revealed he too remains unenlightened.
    • In this regard we in our time are strangely unenlightened.
    • The local burghers were not the least bit delighted or impressed at this assumption, and the unenlightened portrayal of our quaint and historic village.
    • This patronising initiative seems to suggest that unenlightened mums and dads are the cause of racism in Oldham, by passing it on to their kids and creating a vicious cycle.
    • Naturally, the mother concludes the report unenlightened, and afraid of the consequences both of the vaccine, and of measles.
    • A year ago, he was pretty unenlightened about the whole issue - much like the rest of us.
    • It's difficult to believe that any modern country could be this backward and unenlightened.
    • If we are to succeed in our attempt to transform our unenlightened manifestation into an enlightened one, we need the lineage.
    • Back in those unenlightened days we all carried knives in the playground, but we didn't know what to do with them, using them for cutting sticks and playing games.
    • Unfortunately, Bradford Council has shown an unenlightened attitude and needs to be persuaded otherwise.
    • Within the political class, it is standard fare to bemoan lack of engagement among the unenlightened masses.
    • In Bahamian society, the unenlightened racists put Haitians at the bottom of the totem pole and they are actively discriminated against.
    • Surely, one might say, this is proof that magic was beginning to be regarded merely as the activity of unenlightened, superstitious peasants.
    • These and other unenlightened phrases echoed around the world last week as protesters marched by the thousands in the name of world peace.
    • My confused, unenlightened family will make a conscious effort to have the TV turned to the wrong channel the night one of them is aired, hoping I'll just forget about it.
    • He is cantankerous, idealistic, blinkered, thin-skinned, romantic, a man of the ‘enlightenment’ but curiously unenlightened himself.
  • 2

    (attitude/person) (backward) anticuado
    (attitude/person) (backward) atrasado
    (attitude/person) (prejudiced) prejuiciado
    an unenlightened move una decisión poco acertada