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1(unmoved)(attitude/audience/expression) indiferente(audience/expression/attitude) frío(pupil) que no respondeto be/remain unresponsive to sb/sth — ser/permanecer indiferente a algn/algo
- When songwriting, he feels he undergoes some sort of chemical change which makes him detached and unresponsive once outside the office.
- The only time I've seen them look more glum is when they attempted to gee up an unresponsive crowd while supporting Travis earlier this year.
- She suffered from Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease and was largely unresponsive and he knew she could put up no resistance.
- The shocked driver saw Patrick was unconscious and unresponsive and another motorist dialled 999.
- Those of us who use council services know how slow they are to catch up with modern standards of customer service and how unresponsive they can be.
- The latter acts as a very slow brake, or a very unresponsive gas pedal on the economy.
- I'm not the only one dealing with bullies and an unresponsive school system.
- Large companies are slow, bureaucratic, unresponsive and ineffective.
- He was on morphine, and not himself - unresponsive to stimuli, and seemingly in pain.
- But he is understood to have been unresponsive to most of the letters and calls.
- The crowd were utterly unresponsive, in fact most got up and walked away.
- This may be a sign that it has fared better than its peers, or equally it could just mean that the company is set in its ways and unresponsive to market conditions.
- The beloved will never grow tired and grumpy, unresponsive and older, but will always be perfect.
- Where demand is relatively unresponsive to price changes, demand is said to be inelastic with respect to price.
- She found him lying on his back, rigid and unresponsive, with blue lips and apparently not breathing.
- He would be normal on some days, and other days, completely unresponsive and moody.
- Her condition worsened, she became unresponsive and the bruising spread further down her face.
- In the current circumstances, this is an astonishingly bold, not to say unresponsive, strategy.
- Wearing sunglasses, and with a baseball cap pulled low over his face, he was almost as unresponsive as his coach on Friday.
- The controls are sluggish and unresponsive, which when you're trying to pull off a series of trick moves is just unforgivable.
2(physically)insensiblehe was unresponsive to any stimulus — no respondía a ningún estímulo
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