Traducción de unguarded en Español:

unguarded

Pronunciación /ˌənˈɡɑrdəd//ʌnˈɡɑːdɪd/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (incautious)
    in an unguarded moment en un momento de descuido
  • 2

    (open)
    (support) sin reservas
    • After the second one's comment, the two guards stopped at an unguarded doorway.
    • With that said, the man slid away into the night, melting into the shadows, leaving an unsuspecting and unguarded Nicholas to fend for himself.
    • Unwise or unguarded email use is almost always the source of blame when a security breach of the company network occurs.
    • The facility was unguarded because the Institute could not afford to pay a guard.
    • As a result, stocks of chemicals that are restricted or banned under the Chemical Weapons Convention are lying around unguarded, literally waiting for terrorists to take them.
    • This spirit encourages prying into individuals' thoughts and unguarded comments - while diverting attention from the issues that matter in our public life.
    • In an unguarded private moment last week, Cameron remarked on the passing of his famous constituent, Ronnie Barker, by recalling how their Oxfordshire estates bordered each other.
    • The child, though, was typically unguarded: ‘I think I'm a little scared of that.’
    • There were extra guards standing by the door at the front and an unguarded door at the back.
    • He was another personal favourite whose friendship shrivelled after a single unguarded remark.
    • The greatest fear is that the European governing body's internal politics will scupper the bid: McConnell admitted as much last month in an unguarded remark.
    • And with the bulk of those e-mails passing between places of work, the potential for embarrassment, offence and even financial damage caused by unguarded messages is immense.
    • Just grab a typewriter or computer and find an unguarded copy machine and the situation is rectified.
    • The offense momentarily has an unguarded player that gets an open shot.
    • It really would be impossible if every unguarded remark were assumed to be attributable.
    • They had just been lying around out in the open, unguarded and ripe for the taking.
    • Over 90 percent of the antiques originating in Israel are antiques that have been looted from 30,000 different sites all over the country, most of them open and unguarded.
    • Others will feel that they are overhearing your most unguarded thoughts.
    • At some point in their careers, most broadcasters have made an unguarded comment when the fader was open and the mic was live.
    • The mission would be fairly easy to complete, the village was simple and unguarded except for the night-watch that they had formed.
    • Since a lot of what we do is done for the benefit of others, trying to make good impressions, the few unguarded glimpses behind someone's persona are truly precious.
    • Debilitating injures were commonplace in work areas with slippery floors and stairways, and heavy unguarded machinery.
    • I did manage once to tip a measure from an unguarded bottle into my ginger cordial but I was not too impressed with the resulting cocktail.
    • If you own stock in an insurance firm, pray that she doesn't come into contact with unguarded threshing machines.
    • There have been some unguarded comments by people in authority who should know better.
    • Defense stays with their own man except when helping on the unguarded player or the player who is left open when someone else goes to guard the unguarded player.
    • Unfortunately, an unguarded access point can open up your network to people outside your company's four walls.
    • As if realizing they had some appointment they were late for the guards hurried down the corridor leaving Niko and I unguarded.
    • In perhaps my only unguarded moment since the beginning of time, I answered; ‘I was hoping you would say you liked me!’
    • One of the complaints was lodged by a county councillor who claimed that the site was relatively open and unguarded at night.
    • If presenters like Humphrys, who could in one unguarded moment destroy the corporation's reputation, do not follow instructions, might not that create the slackness that leads to disaster?
    • And I can see the irony already here given the fact that at one particularly unguarded moment I happened to let slip to Fox that if I think Griffin has a flaw in his songwriting it's with his second verses.
    • Still, he watched her for clues, for signs, awkwardness, unguarded thoughts.
    • Looking down at the landscape, he saw unguarded storage tanks, refineries and chemical plants, all open and starkly vulnerable to attack.
    • We desperately wanted her to utter some unguarded remark about ‘flies’ but that didn't happen either.
    • She turned to see that the door to the prison was open and unguarded.
    • His intervention follows unguarded comments by one Home Office minister last week who told a private meeting the government was guilty of ‘over-selling’ the value of the card system.
    • I watched a rowdy group of gypsies enter the open, unguarded gates of Damar.
    • The apparently unguarded remarks, though not very presidential, did Kerry little harm and in some circles no doubt boosted his standing.
    • Can we say this as well, your Honours, that the statement of a predictive opinion, guarded or unguarded, is apt to induce more than one act of reliance.
  • 3

    (building/entrance) sin vigilancia
    (goal) desprotegido
    don't leave your luggage unguarded no deje de vigilar su equipaje