Translation of callous in Spanish:

callous

insensible, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈkæləs//ˈkaləs/

adjective

  • 1

    (remark/person) insensible
    (person/remark) cruel
    • All of them are presented as taking place in an environment of such reckless irresponsibility and callous disregard of the value of human life as to strain credulity.
    • Under its sugarcoating of carefree decadence lies a remarkably cruel and callous film.
    • This isn't callous and soulless; it can be rich and exciting.
    • I don't think I'm a cruel or callous person, and I don't want to think that what happened to me made me into one.
    • But despite the ineluctable force of modernization it's surprising how strongly and deeply rooted this callous disregard for women is.
    • This explains in part why slaves were often brutalized by the callous administration of cruel punishments.
    • Sadly, there is big money in rare species, but this is a very cruel and callous type of crime, and one we are anxious to stamp out.
    • Why didn't I bombard him with cruel, viciously callous words?
    • It is this callous indifference to human life on the part of the ‘disciples’ that he is alerting us to.
    • I guess this means I don't need to feel I went wrong somewhere raising someone who has become such a cruel and callous snob?
    • By defending his blundering ways, this self-serving little weasel shows callous disregard for that poor little girl.
    • He was capable of cold, even callous detachment - surely qualities essential for that sort of work.
    • More than rage, it was a pity that filled me on seeing this callous indifference all around.
    • He was knocked to the floor by a cold and callous killer, which left him totally defenceless on the floor.
    • This just excuses all cruel and callous behavior and makes the recipient of it the one to bear the burden.
    • People capable of that sort of uncaring and cruelly callous behavior tend to move on to humans if they are not stopped early enough.
    • Certainly, there is no denying that these cruel and callous acts were terrorism.
    • The whole arms business has made top politicians, of both main parties, increasingly callous and insensitive.
    • If only you new the truth you would hang your head in shame at your ignorance and callous disregard for the suffering of your fellow Australians.
    • Jasmine felt a deep stab of anger at that callous comment and she glared at him.