Translation of unfocused in Spanish:

unfocused

perdido, adj.

(unfocussed)

Pronunciation /ˌənˈfoʊkəst//ʌnˈfəʊkəst/

adjective

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    (gaze) perdido
    (gaze) extraviado
    (picture/lens) desenfocado
    (picture/lens) fuera de foco Latin America
    (energy) no canalizado
    • His script is unfocused, his direction uneasy; this film even lacks the visual splendor normally associated with epics and costume dramas.
    • If the dish plonked before our unfocused eyes was not radioactive red, we would miss it with our spoons.
    • This year, Democrats are undertaking something harder: to channel unfocused anger at business greed into an anti-Republican tide.
    • There is a sort of pervasive melancholy, but also an unfocused hope for the future.
    • He looks down at Tristan, who still gazes silently at him through glassy unfocused eyes.
    • So I've now got unfocussed anger that I can't take out on anyone.
    • Americans have recently lived in a country where collective anxiety was diffuse and unfocused.
    • He turned his head in her direction, opening his eyes, their unfocused gaze resting somewhere out there.
    • The only misstep in the film is the cinematography, which is fuzzy, often unfocused and fails to take best advantage of the rich natural scenery.
    • I sat on the bed with my feet up, feeling pretty open and filled with unfocused excitement.
    • All the old certainties are gone, there's minority threat all about, and everywhere, like black smoke from factories, an unfocused fear and dread.
    • For a moment his eyes were unfocussed, but eventually they cleared up and he looked down at her with a penetrating gaze.
    • He looked up at Christine through very unfocused eyes.
    • He presented what seemed to be two unfocused photos of foliage in red and black, respectively.
    • I've said it before on this blog and I'll say it again - there is a considerable lake of freefloating, unfocused discontent out there, and the party who can channel it will win.
    • His eyes were unfocused, looking off into the distance.
    • Luni's eyes were slightly unfocused, and he looked like he was not paying very much attention to the princess.
    • Lucente's work indulges passive meaninglessness and unfocused ambiguity.
    • Jack's eyes were unfocused, his gaze tossed onto a random spot on the wall.
    • The emotional couplet thus produced combines furious glee and abject melancholy, helpless vulnerability and unfocused rage.
    • Due to the slight blur of the line, these images are slightly unfocused and appear more impressionistic since colors and details flow evenly together.
    • At home, I have been wandering round in a state of mild, unfocussed irritation, which is all the more irritating on account of its unreasonableness.
    • Nevertheless, it should be noted that unfocused light still adds to the total collected fluorescence.
    • He delivers emotions other than dull gloominess and unfocused anger, and he does it in style.
    • He sighed and let his lids flutter open, icy blue depths meeting an unfocused cloudless sky blue.
    • The film's intentions remain unfocussed and vague.
    • Rob rushes up to her as she gazes at him with unfocused eyes.
    • It premiered in 1993 and while it showcases Ball's trademark ability with dialogue, the play's plot is somewhat unfocused.
    • Business leaders and financial markets were moaning about unfocused policies and the mounting budget deficit.
    • As a sputtering knife-wielding hooligan, she's unfocused rage and violence.
    • At 43, in a blue button-down shirt, with a greying goatee and gentle, unfocused eyes, he looks like any middle-aged man in a Toronto hotel restaurant.
    • The General's eyes were unfocused, lost in memory.
    • The cops turn blank, unfocussed eyes towards them.
    • Lacking that, tactics will also seem unfocused and ineffective.
    • His father seemed to have ignored his response, and turned his unfocused eyes to look at Dimitri.
    • His eyes were unfocussed, looking into the past.
    • His rage was unfocused and undirected, and as such he was forcing it to stay inside, if nothing else, to save his composure.
    • The knight looked over with unfocused eyes, flicking back and forth like a caged animal.
    • I swung from blind happiness to almost incandescent, unfocused rage within a second, almost before I had a chance to think about it.
    • The strategy was so unfocused that it could not be implemented without ‘considerable reworking’, she said.
    • She looked the worst of them all, with slightly unfocused eyes and breath that smelled of alcohol and smoke.
    • Slowly, her gaze traced up to his eyes; his eyelids fluttered open, and for a second, his gaze was unfocused, searching blindly upon the stark hospital ceiling.
    • The world shimmered blurrily through Bren's unfocused eyes.
    • Bearded and black-capped, he avoids our gaze with unfocused eyes.
    • Blatant desire shone in his watery, unfocused eyes.