Translation of disconcerting in Spanish:


desconcertante, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌdɪskənˈsərdɪŋ//ˌdɪskənˈsəːtɪŋ/


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    • Equally disconcerting is the increase in unrelated transplants in the last two years and the pressure it has put on women.
    • Don't you find it disconcerting when you have someone literally five centimetres from your face, peering into your eyes with a torch?
    • He has a disconcerting habit of talking very seriously and then suddenly withdrawing.
    • The division between the first and the second half is marked by a disconcerting jolt in the flow of the film, and the ambiguous ending may infuriate.
    • That might have been crass, but the film is peppered with jarring references and disconcerting parallels to current events.
    • Her paintings are all from an aerial viewpoint - as a viewer you look down on a washed, subtly disconcerting landscape.
    • It's very disconcerting - a kind of fizzing ache that starts around mid-thigh and gets worse going down towards my feet.
    • And undoubtedly, their mysterious, indefinable quality is the source of their disconcerting power.
    • With a disconcerting habit of coming on stage dressed in a red Lycra superhero costume, he seems to set the tone for the rest of the night.
    • Although inaccurate it proved very disconcerting to the whole community.
    • What was disconcerting was how various its subspecies were.
    • There are a number of disconcerting issues apparent in this undertaking.
    • People say that he doesn't smile much, but he has a throaty chuckle and the disconcerting habit of laughing when he is cross.
    • To someone who has always been completely in control, or tried to be, this was, and still is, very disconcerting.
    • I do feel qualified to offer a personal view of some disconcerting aspects of how politicians and big business conspire to run the show.
    • Hair growing where it never grew before is a disconcerting experience.
    • It is a disconcerting thought, given how much is at stake.
    • Molly, a servant, had the disconcerting habit of periodically dropping on her knees for a quick prayer.
    • More disconcerting are the targets for reducing undiagnosed HIV.
    • But he tends to leave an impression of intellectual dishonesty, a disconcerting lack of sincerity.