Traducción de unselfconscious en Español:


natural, adj.

Pronunciación /ʌnsɛlfˈkɒnʃəs//ˌənˌsɛlfˈkɑnʃəs/


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    no cohibido
    he was quite unselfconscious about his weight no le preocupaba su peso
    • I tried to be unselfconscious but … traté de ser natural / de actuar con naturalidad pero …
    • The non-conceptual, non-theoretically based, expressionist, unselfconscious artists will just have to wait - but they may be waiting a very long time.
    • Caine and Freeman are refreshingly wry presences in a very heavy film, and Oldman gives the sort of strong, character-driven, unselfconscious performance that we've come to expect of him but never praise him enough for.
    • Indian classical music must be valued in itself, but in the present climate it must also be cherished for its effortless and unselfconscious contributions to religious harmony.
    • We had immersed ourselves in Alex the soldier-poet, artist and writer; publishing a book of his art and letters, creating a Web site, letting the unselfconscious narration of his own life affect so many who never knew him.
    • Babies are born full of unselfconscious self-confidence but, by the time most of them become toddlers, this self-confidence has been lost and they see themselves not being acceptable to their families.
    • The Right prefers the invisible hand of a market - decentralized, unselfconscious, uncoordinated - to a body in which deliberate choices about how to govern are made.
    • Komon's style was flamboyant and unselfconscious.
    • That said, he is a terrific diarist, unselfconscious and candid to an alarming degree.
    • I wish I still dreamt about hanging out with B-list rock stars, being admired just because I was precious, and living a life completely unselfconscious.
    • Everyone is surprisingly unselfconscious about their bodies and far from being disturbed about seeking leisure within a mass of pollution.
    • The audience were mostly men in their forties, reliving their adolescence with unselfconscious glee (and, latterly, gimpy dancing).
    • The wooded setting and the ‘good day’ of hunting in the open air naturalize the brutality and remind us of the charms of unselfconscious subjectivity.
    • Everyone agrees there is a lot more to do, but for now he has made Naples the most exciting of all Italian cities to visit, in the first flush of its re-emergence: dynamic, unselfconscious, and as distinctive as it has always been.
    • It was something I'd heard of, and I was prepared to sneer or cringe as two low-brows reduced films to thumbs up or down and was delighted to find a programme which featured unselfconscious intelligent discussion.
    • Nor had she been able to see me dance as a child: unrestricted totally unselfconscious, innocent and devoid of the fear of others’ opinions.
    • The overall effect of the chalked pattern was a simple design structure, done in a fairly carefree, unselfconscious and expressionistic way.
    • The flow is effortless and unselfconscious, going from one bit to another without calling attention to the transitions but without feeling like an epic megamix, either.
    • Come celebrate with the young artists in attendance as they inject fresh colour, life, scent, spirit, humour and unselfconscious whimsy into our art scene.
    • Fair himself is a bewildering stage presence - gloriously unselfconscious, gleefully sounding out lyrics as if he's just invented them - while the reliable Fanclub provide a beautiful backdrop.
    • Though it's anybody's guess what he made of the script, Malkovich appears as himself in the film, submitting willingly to the less than gentle treatment of his character and giving a superbly unselfconscious performance.