Translation of untutored in Spanish:


no instruido, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnˈtjuːtəd//ˌənˈt(j)udərd/



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    no instruido
    • It is not the local art establishment but the untutored public, the people we art professionals are always trying to convince to walk in the door, which poses the biggest challenge.
    • To the untutored layman's eye, it almost appears contradictory.
    • He was the antithesis of the archetypal young black man, particularly as those seen though pre-1994 racist eyes as being illiterate, arrogant, uncouth and untutored.
    • With the lecture, the focus, inevitably, fell squarely on the anthropologist with his pointer, but it's a misconception that the 1921 film cedes authorial control to untutored and unself-conscious primitives.
    • But even to the untutored eye, his work is special.
    • But to my medically untutored mind, operations seem at least as idiosyncratic in their success and effects, and thus harder for markets to monitor in quality.
    • Answerable only to themselves, the uniformed militia nonetheless provided the only martial experience for thousands of otherwise untutored citizen-soldiers who would volunteer for the next war.
    • Not an untutored brawl, mind you, but a fair fight between very skillful gentlemen, carried out in strict accordance with rules, both written and unwritten.
    • An untutored if essentially tuneful vocalist, he seems to actively encourage the cracks and flaws that appear whenever he reaches above or below his natural range.
    • I thought about capturing the political conflict through the untutored vision of a child.
    • We've always argued about America a lot, whether her immigrant perceptions were always valid or sometimes just the untutored observations of an outsider.
    • Although his voice is still young and at times untutored, he does mesmerize as in Get Your Shine On.
    • The only feature apparent to the untutored eye is Hartebeespoort, a dark blue splodge in the upper centre, with the edges of Pretoria apparently sneaking in at upper right.
    • In this context, anthropological linguists working on southeastern Indian languages and cultures will have reservations about his untutored approach to semantic analysis.
    • It was undoubtedly the job of the national security adviser to set the priorities for a new president in his first weeks and months in office, particularly for a president as untutored in foreign affairs as him.
    • He was untutored and a little old for a beginning dancer.
    • Moreover, it is often difficult to tell that a counterproof was taken from a pastel, because to the untutored eye the original pastel's surface remains largely unaffected.
    • Even to the untutored eye, the older ones look better.
    • Unlike scribes, persons who were involved in printing were crude and untutored - frequently German interlopers taking work from Italian scribes.
    • The differences are so obvious to the untutored eye that it is impossible to believe that anyone ever considered the fake documents to be anything but forgeries.