Translation of neglected in Spanish:

neglected

abandonado, adj.

Pronunciation /nəˈɡlɛktəd//nɪˈɡlɛktɪd/

adjective

  • 1

    (uncared-for)
    (building/garden) abandonado
    (garden/building) descuidado
    (appearance) dejado
    (appearance) abandonado
    • Previous retrospective assessments in younger samples of childhood victimization and neglect have found that neglected boys and girls were at higher risk for arrests for violent crimes.
    • The court was told that a neglected red canary and a hamster were also found in the shop.
    • Who votes on behalf of abused and neglected children?
    • In addition, the owner may be ordered to reimburse the county or private organization for the costs of caring for the neglected horse.
    • That would mean each vulnerable member of society, from frail pensioner to neglected child, being given the time and care they needed.
    • I daresay there is not enough space at your lodgings, and I have already become Mr. Wade's home for neglected animals.
    • Nevertheless, notes Gregory, states have guardianship of abused and neglected foster children and have a responsibility to protect them.
    • Our much-appreciated donations would be better spent caring for unwanted pets, abused and neglected animals, and sick or injured wildlife.
    • I banged on about malnourished and neglected old persons, but not everyone believed me.
    • It was a moving segment, following the unfortunate lives of several such neglected pets.
    • In October 2000, the Post-Gazette asked judges in two counties to permit the press and public into two high-profile juvenile court cases involving abused and neglected children.
    • Adoption offers a real alternative so that childhood, for many abused and neglected children, will become more than a test of endurance.
    • Kelly thinks she is alone and abandoned in the present, when she actually is reliving her past as a neglected child.
    • The research project aims to assess whether experiences of child maltreatment affect the operation of memory in abused and neglected children.
  • 2

    (forgotten)
    (poet/work) olvidado
    (work/poet) que no se ha reconocido como merece
    (opportunity) desaprovechado
    (promise) incumplido
    I'm feeling neglected: no one ever calls me tienen abandonado: nunca me llama nadie
    • This horseshoe-shaped, Victorian theatre is a neglected treasure.
    • Making face-to-face contact with customers, distributors, and the press is one of the most powerful yet most neglected marketing tools in the region.
    • I recommend that all family physicians read this article for better awareness of this important, but sometimes neglected topic.
    • Its wonderful treatment of capital theory - in particular the often neglected distinction between rent and interest - was just icing on the cake.
    • The past forty years have demonstrated how people instinctively turn to the past to help understand the present and how events draw our attention to previously neglected historical subjects.
    • I wish we would have this kind of pledges in all the forgotten and neglected emergencies in Africa and elsewhere, where also hundreds of thousands of lives are at stake.
    • Life in the neglected U.S. Army of the interwar years is often portrayed as routine, dull, and unchallenging.
    • I think it is a neglected area, and I think that just follows the trend of psychology in general and a lot of areas.
    • This excellent record of his thoughtful and troubled career as architect, restorer, scholar, and writer throws much light on a neglected and turbulent period of Victorian architecture.
    • Despite this, the present study is deemed relevant because it provided insight into a neglected area of service provision, and confirmed and added to earlier studies.
    • If the parties want to increase the significance of these neglected assembly elections as well as their own political responsibilities, they could do so by intensifying their campaigning.
    • Portuguese is a largely neglected cuisine, and I think unfairly.
    • Since I have to catch up with a number of neglected chores and duties from these last couple of weeks, blogging will be light for a few days.
    • In his account, the government emerged with a more explicit role as a generator of economic growth, and urbanisation was shown to be a hitherto neglected feature.
    • He provides thereby an often neglected human dimension to science.
    • Simultaneously he recommended the rebuilding of neglected land resources, notably farm woodlands, pasture, and hay lands.
    • The solution was to revive the neglected craft of soap making.
    • Conversely, if an unknown or neglected composer has written just one work that is excellent in its craftsmanship we should be equally honest and say so.
    • But the book is not just a lurid story; he has spent the requisite time in the archives, among neglected diaries and correspondence.
    • Assured that the Virginia frontier was safe from French attack, Washington left the army in 1758 and returned to Mount Vernon, directing his attention toward restoring his neglected estate.