Translation of oblivious in Spanish:

oblivious

Pronunciation /əˈblɪvɪəs//əˈblɪviəs/

adjective

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    to be oblivious of / to sth
    • she was quite oblivious of / to her surroundings estaba totalmente ajena a lo que la rodeaba
    • oblivious of / to the danger haciendo caso omiso del peligro
    • Meila was asleep and unconscious, oblivious to the days that had already happened.
    • He is even more taciturn when he drives, often appearing oblivious to any other presence.
    • It's amazing how you can be completely oblivious to something on your own doorstep.
    • His eyes were closed and he was completely oblivious to what was happening around him.
    • They seemed completely oblivious of the thousands of cars, buses and lorries thundering past.
    • This is also a favourite hang out for the local underage kids to smoke cigarettes out of the view of oblivious parents.
    • In essence, and oblivious to the purists, the economics simply don't stack up.
    • Are commuters with glazed expressions dashing hither and thither oblivious to all around them?
    • Blanche was oblivious as to what was taking place, but Anthony knew only too well.
    • This government is just as oblivious to the suffering of Bahamians as ever before.
    • I was not young enough to be oblivious to what was going on and not old enough to know what to do about it.
    • As if I was somehow oblivious to the fact that he had to pick and dig and drill and scrape away at my tooth as it valiantly clung to my gums.
    • The wonder is that most of the Cabinet seems supremely oblivious - or dismissive.
    • Unbelievably, they can walk among their victims, oblivious to their humanity.
    • He was very well paid by the corporation but was apparently quite oblivious of the mess into which his company was plunging.
    • Our council seem impervious to criticism and oblivious to basic common sense.
    • The moment passes and my partner continues breathing deeply, oblivious to my little dialogue.
    • She burst into tears, incredulous, a reaction to which Allen seemed oblivious.
    • As oblivious of stoplights as he was of pedestrians, he owned the streets.
    • Maybe I'm regularly subjected to it whilst I wind my merry oblivious way up and down the country.