Translation of impassive in Spanish:

impassive

impasible, adj.

Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpasɪv//ɪmˈpæsɪv/

adjective

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    impasible
    imperturbable
    • I was about as confused as him, but I didn't let it show, keeping an impassive expression plastered to my face.
    • Their faces are impassive; their beaks look ready to tear you to shreds.
    • It is an impassive reversal of the expected hospital-drama roles to which the movie attaches no overt irony.
    • While listening to the evidence, he often joined his hands together above his lap as though in prayer, but remained impassive.
    • The statements and inferences made were aggravated by a large photograph of an impassive young woman pointing a shotgun into the lens.
    • Have you ever tried having a conversation with someone who remained completely impassive, cold, silent?
    • He remains utterly impassive when an entire audience is booing him behind his back.
    • This obsession has made me so eccentric that I've become rather impassive towards what others are up to.
    • He was ashen-faced but impassive as the verdicts were brought in.
    • He had an impassive expression, as if he had been expecting this all along.
    • His expression was impassive and I tried not to wilt under the searching gaze of those deep brown eyes.
    • He was not the calm, impassive, almost marble-like man that he pretended to be.
    • They sat, impassive, beside me while I watched the news from Russia.
    • The farmer, dressed in smart blazer and floral tie, remained impassive as the verdicts and sentences were read out.
    • He was impassive throughout the victims' testimonies and the verdicts.
    • All I could do was sit back and watch as they made what sounded like haikus behind impassive masks and continually struck awkward poses.
    • She turns round, puzzled but incurious at the noise, as impassive as livestock.
    • The former underwear model said nothing and was impassive as she was hustled into a police vehicle with bars on the windows.
    • Tony went on to captain the school team, a sense of command obvious in the impassive determination of his set jaw and squared teenage shoulders.
    • Green looked impassive when the judge handed down his guilty verdict.