Translation of unconfident in Spanish:

unconfident

inseguro, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈkɑnfədənt//ʌnˈkɒnfɪd(ə)nt/

adjective

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    inseguro
    • Resigned to the fact that a war will take place and unconfident of their ability to stop it, anti-war protesters instead wash their hands of war.
    • A six-point scale was used to assess student confidence in responding to the cases, anchored at 1 = very unconfident and 6 = very confident.
    • The dark mindset of guilt alone is designed to prey on early teens and technically smart but socially unconfident older teens who, for one reason or another, have a shaky sense of self-worth.
    • Personally I am not so unconfident in our nation as to believe any agreement we enter into with the United States immediately means we are relinquishing our sovereignty.
    • It's very hard at the moment to read that mood, but it's uncertain, slightly fearful, unconfident.
    • A good many of these tests, I am convinced, make the most of the fact that the people taking them are presumed to be inexperienced and unconfident, and likely to accept the authority of the test company.
    • Variety is what is expected of most writers, although it can be threatening for the unconfident reader.
    • Members admit their recommendations will be ‘anti-scientific’ but those in the nervous and unconfident museum profession welcome an opportunity to improve their image.
    • Yeah, like I said, like in the beginning, I was pretty nervous and unconfident playing the first match in such a long time.
    • The girl you're describing sounds unconfident; maybe she's looking for something that makes her seem mysterious and powerful.
    • Gerrard did not appear the most unconfident player when he returned to training with the rest of the squad.
    • I am not going to ruin this trip for myself by being unconfident and unsure.
    • That the threat is perceived so deeply shows how unconfident we are as doctors.
    • Where post-Cold War politics seemed uncertain and unconfident, Islamic fundamentalism promised firm rules, a coherent sense of identity, and a sense of belonging to a global Islamic community.
    • I think that I wouldn't want readers to feel unconfident about books and the book industry.
    • I believe his obnoxious behaviour is a gloss to cover an immature, unconfident, pathetic and pitiful character.
    • Most of the people who read your book will be unconfident males.
    • In strikes previously unconfident people speak to mass meetings of workers to raise solidarity or argue for more action.
    • So you can imagine how a shy, quite and unconfident person might feel dealing with this.
    • But they are unconfident, depressed and defensive.