Translation of malaise in Spanish:

malaise

malestar, n.

Pronunciation: /maˈleɪz//məˈleɪz/

noun

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    malestar masculine
    • The disease has an insidious onset and presents with fever, malaise and weakness.
    • Geldof's frustration at the highly volatile media sector's malaise is clear.
    • The unemployment rate provides one indication of the Japanese economic malaise.
    • It is easy to see how these long term weaknesses are aggravating the current malaise.
    • Can China help lift the world's poorest region out of its deep economic and political malaise?
    • It is this same distortion of values which is at the root of the malaise in general practice.
    • So it's vaguely disappointing that I am probably suffering from a disappointingly vague malaise.
    • His meditative films reflected an unease with the modern world and a feeling of malaise in western society.
    • High malaise scores in adulthood were also significantly associated with higher risk.
    • He had malaise, lethargy, and poor appetite but no history of night sweats.
    • Shouldn't we be examining these techniques as a treatment for our own malaise?
    • He's certainly improved from his involvement at the start of the season when he got caught in the general malaise of the team.
    • The castle's demise is part of a general malaise within SNH that has affected the whole of the island, he said.
    • Prior to the most recent malaise, some stock market cheerleaders had been talking in terms of a rally.
    • Humiliation or manhandling of officials is not the solution to this malaise.
    • The patient began to experience malaise and pain in the upper abdomen.
    • Such errors are symptomatic of a deeper malaise in these programmes.
    • It was an act of fiscal machismo, which many in the party believe is the root of the current mid-term malaise.
    • The African Book Famine emerged as one depressing aspect of widespread educational malaise.
    • Very often the initial eruption is accompanied by fever, malaise and what appear to be sore gums.