Translation of uneven in Spanish:


torcido, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnˈiːv(ə)n//ˌənˈivən/


  • 1

    • 1.1(not straight)

      • He says many residents are fed up with the potholes and uneven surface.
      • Avoid walking on uneven terrain, which could compromise your balance.
      • She says she cannot even push Colin to the local shops because of all the potholes and the uneven surface.
      • I can confirm the road surface in Southborough Lane definitely needed resurfacing in this area as it had very large potholes and an uneven surface.
      • If the surface seemed a bit bumpy or uneven, they used a small wet sponge to carefully smooth the clay's surface.
      • Rough or uneven surfaces have the effect of softening bright light.
      • If a piece of the tooth has chipped off but the pulp is not damaged, the uneven edge may be smoothed and the corner replaced with a tooth-coloured filling.
      • This blade can be used to level the machine in uneven terrain and to increase digging depth or dumping height.
      • The cobbles are very uneven and worn smooth by nine centuries of hooves and shoes, and as the mist becomes drizzle, they turn damp and slippery.
      • The report did say that uneven road surfaces and potholes were quite dangerous and showed an inconsistency with the town centre.
      • The rough uneven surface of slate can seem quite riven, chipped and degraded.
      • They are full of cracked or misaligned paving slabs or kerbstones, running fissures and uneven surfaces everywhere.
      • He also said the surface was very uneven and explained that this could damage his £800 racing bike.
      • Comfort levels are good and uneven roads were taken with aplomb.
      • The road surface had become uneven with potholes and poor camber.
      • But huge traffic delays and heavy rain led to visitors complaining about muddy pathways and uneven road surfaces.
      • The teams were given just an hour-and-a-half to design and build a vehicle to carry astronauts and their equipment over the rough and uneven surface of the moon.
      • The blade currently does not perform well on uneven surfaces or in rocky areas.
      • This provides a smooth ride that absorbs a lot of the harshness of uneven road surfaces.
      • However, those of us who walk on it every day have to be careful not to slip in the mud and twist our ankles on the uneven surfaces.

    • 1.2(not level)

      (surface) desigual
      (surface) irregular
      (surface) disparejo Latin America
      (ground) desnivelado
      (ground) desigual
      (ground) disparejo Latin America

  • 2

    • 2.1(irregular)

      (breathing/pulse) irregular
      • The distribution of family duties between men and women is uneven.
      • For a start, the process of change was uneven throughout the region, and many elements of the communist past persisted.
      • The public are not worried about uneven distribution of wealth but unfair distribution of wealth.
      • Some would say this does not address the very uneven distribution of resources.
      • The ethnic and religious strife is really a matter of an uneven distribution of economic resources and opportunities.
      • Probably the fairest thing to say about the show overall is that it was consistently uneven.
      • It is, accordingly, inconsistent and uneven in quality of analysis and advice.
      • Murphy's acting, however, was uneven and never maintained consistency.
      • Exacerbating the problem was the uneven distribution of water in China, particularly in the drought-prone north.
      • Many soils have an uneven distribution of resources owing to fertilizer applications and the periodic saturation of topsoil with rainwater.
      • These statistics mask an uneven distribution of debt that mirrors the social divisions in society.
      • Poor posture causes uneven weight distribution and may strain your ligaments and muscles.
      • The uneven pattern is not consistent with a simple haplotype block structure.
      • For cluster sampling, rarity is just a form of uneven distribution.
      • The present uneven distribution of working hours is seriously affecting the personal well-being of many Australians.
      • The world's distribution of animal and plant species is uneven.
      • It appears, then, that there is an uneven distribution of cultural industries across Sweden.
      • The writing style is wildly uneven and changes throughout the novel, sometimes intentionally, but not always.
      • Anybody who wants a democratic society cannot accept excessively uneven income distribution.
      • But there is still a lack of resources and an uneven distribution of resources.

    • 2.2(not uniform, inconsistent)

      (paint/color) poco uniforme
      (color/paint) disparejo Latin America
      (performance/quality) desigual
      (performance/quality) dispar
      (performance/quality) disparejo Latin America

  • 3

    • 3.1(unequal)

      (lengths/widths) desigual
      (contest/race) desigual
      • If selectors pick a player just to fill a quota, not only will the field remain uneven, the team will suffer a lack of balance too.
      • Two players contest the ball in an uneven contest dominated by the ADF.
      • A lot of them acquitted themselves very well, but it was just such an uneven contest.
      • But if it was merely an issue of community pride in an uneven contest why was no pressure exerted on the incumbent to step down?
      • Navratilova, whose world singles ranking is 700, admitted it had been a uneven contest.
      • This was an uneven contest with the Dunlavin girls showing superior skill and teamwork.
      • The sheer building mass of the shopping town, in comparison with the council buildings, was an uneven contest.
      • The United States versus Brazil is a most uneven contest, and the smart money will not be betting on Lula.
      • The plain fact is, he kept the Giants afloat in a strange, uneven championship season.
      • This is an uneven contest and the latter will survive to fight another day.
      • Sold out weeks in advance, this was a double headliner, but it was an uneven match.
      • It would be an uneven match in terms of learning and informed understanding.

    • 3.2Mathematics

      (number) impar