Translation of thoughtless in Spanish:

thoughtless

desconsiderado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈθɔːtləs//ˈθɔtləs/

adjective

  • 1

    (inconsiderate)
    (person/conduct/remark) desconsiderado
    it was thoughtless of me to say that fue una falta de consideración por mi parte decir eso
    • how could you be so thoughtless as to forget? ¿te olvidaste? ¿cómo pudiste ser tan desatento?
    • A wheelchair-bound resident has been stopped from leaving her home by thoughtless motorists.
    • Lucy sat, mentally reprimanding herself for being such a thoughtless friend.
    • Thieves are thoughtless at the best of times, but vandalism for the sake of vandalism is just pointless.
    • The thoughtless motorist and motorcyclist need educating on how to pass and approach a horse and rider on our lanes.
    • These thoughtless people should have to fork out, say £10, for missing their appointment without reasonable notification.
    • When they are admonished they become very high handed and abusive as though we have no right to complain about their thoughtless behaviour.
    • This means being respectful of their rights and not insulting them through arrogant or thoughtless behaviour.
    • Children at a Keighley primary school will stage a demonstration next week aimed at stopping thoughtless parents parking outside their school.
    • For those of us living in quiet, residential parts of the borough, where parking attendants are never seen, the actions of some thoughtless people are endangering lives.
    • But the players have also suffered from thoughtless motorists churning up the pitch by driving cars on it apparently for fun.
    • Babies' lives were put at risk by thoughtless parents leaving them in hot parked cars.
    • The thoughtless selfishness of politicians really disgusts me.
    • However, litter is still a big problem caused by a few thoughtless individuals who cannot or do not want to see or use the litter bins.
    • I can't believe you were so thoughtless as to stay gone in the forest this late?
    • You will soon understand my feelings towards thoughtless drivers and their mobile phones.
    • Such disrespect for the religious beliefs and religious art practices of others is the sign of an ignorant and thoughtless person.
    • Isn't it dreadful to see all the hard work by so many people being undone by a small bunch of thoughtless individuals.
    • I hope the people responsible read this and realise how distressing their thoughtless behaviour is, particularly for people with pets.
    • At present he is doing well, is a happy boy and loves the school, and its superb caring teachers - what right have these mean-minded, thoughtless characters to take it all away?
    • I thought it was kind of thoughtless of her to bring that subject up now, especially if she thought I liked Jake.
  • 2

    (unthinking)
    irreflexivo
    descuidado
    • The brazen birds are becoming bolder by the year, encouraged by litter from takeaway meals and thoughtless people who throw them food.
    • But I know she's suffering the consequences of my stupidity, my thoughtless actions.
    • Careless, thoughtless or reckless behaviour is a factor in 14% of crashes
    • Against this background, it seems thoughtless if not rash of the museum to display this most controversial of exhibits.
    • It is a thoughtless act and its consequences lead Bruno to grow up for the first time.
    • There was a time when I was more thoughtless about the things I said, and I was rebellious.
    • Thoughtless passing and careless play was in evidence at this stage.
    • They frantically seek acceptance, but rash and thoughtless actions can bring them up short on occasion.
    • Yes, it was thoughtless and professionally negligent - but which of us, hand on heart, can say that we have never been either of these things?
    • We think they are too thoughtless and laid-back, they think we are cunning and manipulative.
    • Wars often come about as a result of aggressive, reckless, thoughtless, and deliberate acts by statesmen.
    • As a result he may be complacent or thoughtless about the consequences of what he says, for himself or others.