Translation of unwitting in Spanish:

unwitting

involuntario, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnˈwɪtɪŋ//ˌənˈwɪdɪŋ/

adjective

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    (accomplice/error/victim) involuntario
    • However, even if the IRB decide that his deception was unwitting, there appears to be no chance whatsoever that he will play for Scotland again.
    • But Scotland themselves provided unwitting encouragement when he missed the chance which would have buried them.
    • It's up to you to decide whether he is the unwitting victim of conspiracies.
    • In the end, the tale of an elfin waitress who spreads happiness among her unwitting friends and neighbours grossed £90m.
    • Every nation has its supply of people ready to exploit unwitting members of the public.
    • Gardaí are investigating these unusual crimes, which target unwitting visitors to graveyards who leave their valuables in the cars.
    • He told unwitting staff at the Chesterfield company that the blood was from a dog he had knocked down, before asking them to store the professionally sealed oil drum at their site.
    • It is also a fact that for some time past, there had been an unwitting personality clash in the making between them.
    • Now coming up with tenuous rationales for persuading unwitting students to choose your major is hardly unique to any field of study.
    • All they'd have to do is plant explosives in the baggage of unwitting travellers, then let the dogs sniff the explosives out.
    • On the one hand there are those who argue, quite plausibly, that legal and apparently innocent products can introduce nandrolone into the bodies of unwitting athletes.
    • I like this shot because of the shift in interpretation that occurs between the window decal and the shadow it casts on this unwitting patron.
    • The attempted robbery took place at around 11.10 pm on Sunday in Pilgrims Lane, South Ockendon, turning an unwitting driver into a vigilante.
    • Edward II's lover, Piers Gaveston, is said to haunt the ramparts of Scarborough Castle, luring unwitting victims to their death over the walls.
    • A woman who suffered a 48-hour kidnap ordeal may have been the unwitting victim of an underworld drug debt row sparked by a string of recent seizures.
    • We also know there are unreal news stories; that is to say we know that an unnamed source planted a made-up story with an unwitting reporter.
    • He, they believe, was carefully positioned by network executives as an unwitting victim of sloppy reporting by a subordinate.
    • These were all blameless cases of unintentional and unwitting mental telegraphy, I judge.
    • By accepting everyone's (well, almost everyone's) invitations, he makes other people the unwitting authors of his destiny.
    • The fate of as-yet unborn individuals did not fall from above into the hands of poor, unwitting scientists who want nothing other than the best for all mankind.
    • The Wandsworth resident was outraged when he found parking tickets were being slapped on unwitting motorists who were actually obeying the restrictions in his street.
    • He was given a shot at sexist type reversion when commenting on the recently published parallel parking formula - written by an unwitting female.
    • I was no longer the poor unwitting victim of some innocent's stupidity; I had been selectively harvested and used as a disguise for an underhand trader.
    • But what could other less reputable concerns do with such data captured inadvertently from unwitting Web sites?
    • For maximum visual effect, she chose as her protest spot a seat down in the delegation rows on the floor, taking a chair offered to her by an unwitting man.