Translation of directionless in Spanish:


sin rumbo, adj.

Pronunciation /daɪˈrɛkʃənləs//dəˈrɛkʃnləs//dəˈrɛkʃənləs/


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    (young people) sin rumbo
    (young people) sin oriente
    (policy) sin dirección
    (policy) que no conduce a nada
    (party/market) a la deriva
    (market/party) sin rumbo fijo
    • They rather seem directionless, as indicated by their general lack of motivation.
    • To be honest I felt a bit weird today, a little directionless perhaps, with a vague feeling of aimlessness.
    • His sets always seemed a bit flat and directionless to me.
    • At present it feels like a lost cause, and the SNP seems directionless, ennuied and underachieving.
    • Rather, Shaun (a great turn by Simon Pegg) is a directionless loser, trapped in a thankless job and a tired routine of pub/sleep/work.
    • It's not a directionless drift but has meaning and purpose.
    • To date, they have been rather directionless in their rebellions: 150 opposed the Government and demanded in effect that a tyrant be allowed to continue to torture and murder.
    • Charlotte was spending more and more time alone, growing up in a kind of free-fall; directionless, confused, and always scared.
    • Bored with the past, uncertain about the future, Russia's directionless young adults are living for the moment.
    • Lacklustre, uninspiring, steady, directionless and going sideways - these are the phrases traders have been using to sum up their working year.
    • This displayed much-needed savvy, yet the SNP leader still struggles to impose his authority on his increasingly fractious and directionless party.
    • It is a clear testimony of how petty and directionless the opposition politicians have become and clearly drags the democratic process backwards.
    • Prior to that, for all the pleasant green tinges to its public announcements, New Labour's actual approach had been utterly timid when directly opposed, and directionless when not.
    • At a time when museums and heritage organisations feel somewhat outdated and directionless, global warming provides a quick-fix rallying point.
    • These are not wild or bitter rebels nor the usual suspects, but MPs who see how out-of-touch and directionless the shrinking number of decision-makers at the top have become.
    • And she seemed to come to the conclusion that it was precisely because we have lost any sense of the grace of God and any notion of gratitude to a force greater than our own ambition that we are so directionless and shallow.
    • I was leaving the next day, and even though I'd be returning to my present jobless, directionless chaos, I was glad to be going.
    • The drunkard fathers, violence, poverty, promiscuity, and lack of values and guidance leave these children directionless.
    • They argue that democracy is messy, slow and directionless, and politicians to the last man are undisciplined, incompetent and corrupt.
    • The bombing of wedding parties reveals much about the directionless and aimless war in Afghanistan.