Traducción de unsuspected en Español:

unsuspected

insospechado, adj.

Pronunciación /ʌnsəˈspɛktɪd//ˌənsəˈspɛktəd/

adjetivo

  • 1

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    (implications/talents/difficulties) insospechado
    • They are able to infiltrate friends and family completely unsuspected, and carefully pull off this ridiculous covert operation, until things start to get hairy.
    • Quite frankly, there might one day be an unsuspected benefit from union's decision to end its gentlemen's agreement limiting payments.
    • Hence, the possibility that the apparatus, for some unsuspected reason, consistently generates 2.7-nm steps seems remote.
    • What he suggested in 1859 was that several previously unsuspected small planets existed, orbiting closer to the Sun than Mercury.
    • The current data argue strongly that it is also not caused by irregularities incorporated into the tubulin lattice or by the presence of unsuspected subpopulations of microtubules.
    • It is fascinating in a direct and amusing way, has many unsuspected facets and possibilities, it is simple and basic, suits him quite well, and attests to his good taste.
    • This study used the troponin T assay to investigate the frequency of unsuspected cardiac damage among patients presenting with an ischaemic stroke
    • By such an approach we may not only move astrology forward, but astrology may become a means of leading human thought along new paths, by disclosing interrelationships which are at present unsuspected.
    • Perhaps most amusingly, my study also showed that a previously unsuspected variable - ‘task-orientation’ - was a good predictor of political party preference.
    • The fact, revealed by a post-mortem, that his heart was much diseased - an ailment quite unsuspected during his life - would make it possible that death might in his case ensue from injuries which would not be fatal to a healthy man.
    • A moment of illumination can also reveal unsuspected incongruities as in the conclusion of ‘Ode to Plurality.’
    • One might say that the presence of an unsuspected dimension leads to consideration of extra information that one had previously ignored.
    • I repeat what I wrote in the May issue: ‘He is a historian of great talents, with a gift for illuminating unsuspected aspects of the past.’
    • A few days before my baby was due, ultrasonography showed a previously unsuspected breech presentation, and attempts to turn the baby were unsuccessful.
    • Accordingly, the clinician should be alerted to the possibility of an unsuspected AAT abnormality in liver disease patients manifesting ‘unexplained’ PAS-D inclusions.
    • ‘Even the unsuspected family pet let loose in the countryside can cause great distress to sheep, including pregnant ewes and lambs,’ he said.
    • For the gentleman in question, this passion seems to be his ‘one thing,’ yet it too garnered unsuspected consequences; his wife had an affair out of sheer boredom.
    • An exciting new development has emerged in this project, and it serves to establish that those dusty geniuses of early times had other, hitherto unsuspected, talents and insights.
    • It is this key combination of actors that anoints artists, invents audiences, projects unsuspected sources of art from the margins to the centre.
    • The hepatic excretory defect is mild, stable, and unsuspected until the system is stressed by the presentation of a large load of bilirubin from a bout of intravascular hemolysis or an extensive interstitial hemorrhage.
  • 2

    (not under suspicion)
    libre de sospecha
    • During one of those days, there was an unsuspected visitor.
    • It was a perfect day for travelers who were in need of supplies, myself included; but also, it was a perfect day for thieves and bandits to snatch goods and money from unsuspected victims.
    • A city waitress hit the headlines this week after serving an unsuspected customer - the Lord of Darkness Himself.
    • On a grimmer note, a previously unsuspected enemy - the Soviet Union, now bent on spreading communism worldwide - replaced the foes that had just been vanquished on the battlefield.
    • She worked at a bank and they paid quite well, and everything was going wonderfully until two unsuspected people pulled a gun while she was at the counter.