Translation of blithe in Spanish:


despreocupado, adj.

Pronunciation /blʌɪð//blaɪθ//blaɪð/


  • 1

    • Traffic changes are rammed through with apparently blithe indifference to issues affecting other elements of the transport system.
    • Between the two extremes of dogmatic adherence and blithe indifference to the text of the Constitution lies a reasonable and legal resolution.
    • ‘Good shots and loose shots,’ was his blithe description.
    • They want to see a more realistic attitude than the blithe assumption that cannabis inevitably leads to heroin.
    • Management don't know how bad the staff on the ground are, while ground staff parrot the official line with blithe indifference to the facts.
    • After paying off more than $100,000 in invoices this morning with the nonchalant blithe flick of a wrist, why do I still have trouble paying my credit card bill?
    • It was his record of blithe indifference to the magnitude of the challenge that helped lead us to vote for his opponent.
    • In its blithe disregard for niceties the film ends up being a rather clever satire on the whole idea of normality.
    • So far as subjective intentions were concerned, the directors proceeded in blithe disregard of the existence of the articles.
    • The blithe assumption that higher charges can be painlessly met from profit margins was always suspect but is now exposed as a serious threat to recovery prospects.
    • But he never scorned security with the blithe indifference of the radical ideologues who used him as an authority on the evils of welfare.
    • How do you strike the right balance between unnecessarily fostering fears and encouraging a blithe indifference to real and present dangers?
    • Yet his blithe rejection of free speech is a formula for tyranny.
    • The outrageousness of his action is matched only by the blithe indifference with which he apparently expects to carry it off.
    • Plenty of modern film-makers have attempted to emulate the blithe barbarity that lent Ealing comedies their sharp aftertaste.
    • Though he is famous for blithe dismissal of his elders, he was actually remarkably attentive to local history.
    • This is not a time for blithe exhortations and mindless sloganeering, nor hubris, nor sarcastic dismissals of the opinions of the other side, all of which is found in the poetry of both camps.
    • The clerks, as usual, were full of rude health, chatting with blithe disregard.
    • For it is all over the Internet, in blithe disregard of copyright law, for any kid today to surf.
    • Something in that institution nurtures a blithe disregard for the facts.
  • 2literary

    (happy, carefree)
    • On a sunny day its beer garden is a blithe place to rest over a pint of locally-brewed ale.
    • For such a blithe spirit, he certainly has a keen sense of the tragic.
    • The pair play natives of that country - sweet, carefree adolescents whose blithe athleticism and pert demeanor are just a little cloying.
    • The blithe spirit of the students perhaps best symbolises the fair that has evolved over the years, pitting the youngsters against their best peers.
    • For the reality is that my brother's life - all our lives - changed forever in 1974, when he was 22: blithe, blond, sunny, interested chiefly in the nirvana of sport.