Translation of becalmed in Spanish:

becalmed

Pronunciation /bɪˈkɑːmd//bɪˈkɑmd/

adjective

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    to be becalmed (a causa de la falta de viento) estar inmóvil
    • The transition from the dreamland of a becalmed sailing-vessel to the dull, cheerless realities of his old life, and the uncertainties of his future, depressed him—filled him with forebodings.
    • Conversely, the 'ambient' tracks float in amorphous realms of drifting waves, each composition conjuring a realm of becalmed bliss.
    • He trained his binoculars on a suspicious cluster of becalmed motorboats a half-mile off through the haze.
    • And so in a relatively becalmed August, the big news was that Cook made a simple call on the presidential race.
    • High above, sheets of material hang like sails on a becalmed Spanish galleon.
    • There you are and there the ball is, and there's the net billowing ever so gently, like the sail of a becalmed ship.
    • It began as a routine supply mission to the front lines, in a volatile but largely becalmed city.
    • Whitwell Harbour's becalmed shelter therefore came as a blessed relief, and I rattled off the boat as rapidly as possible.
    • The volunteer-crewed lifeboat was launched just after 9pm and reached the becalmed vessel, Stride, at 11.10 pm.
    • No natural light ever pierces these dark recesses of my flat, neither does the soft spring breeze ever waft gently through their becalmed atmosphere.
    • Much of it floats in the North Pacific gyre, a becalmed patch of the ocean that covers a greater area than North America and now resembles a vast plastic soup.
    • A woman reads in a becalmed rowing boat, her beehive hairdo and goggle glasses making her look like an exotic animal.
    • There are three pivotal points where the camera eddies around a becalmed Johnny who seems ready to disintegrate.
    • The becalmed and top-heavy boat started to roll heavily.
    • The becalmed dog sank to the ground.
    • His becalmed party needs to find the political wind again.
    • There are some laughs to be had here, but they are islands in a becalmed ocean.
    • One of the few insects to conquer the oceans, some intrepid species venture hundreds of miles across becalmed tropical seas.
    • But there is still a mood of becalmed apprehension in many sectors of the economy.
    • According to analyst reports this is one of the few growth segments in the otherwise becalmed server market.