infundado


infundado
adj.
unfounded, groundless, ungrounded, unsupported.
Toda esa situación pinta mal This whole situation looks bad.
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infundado
adjetivo
1 unfounded, groundless
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ADJ unfounded, groundless
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-da adjetivo unfounded, groundless
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= undue, unsupported, unfounded, ill-founded, ungrounded, misplaced, gratuitous.
Ex. Some are poorly written giving either too much or too little data, and giving undue emphasis to the author's priorities.
Ex. Even more reprehensible than the unsupported recollection is the guess, however well informed.
Ex. The common fear of the computer is unfounded, as computers are merely an extension of man's capacity for thought and action.
Ex. The society appears to have assumed that these bibliographies would remain valid indefinitely, an assumption that is unfortunately ill-founded.
Ex. This is an ungrounded notion = Ésta idea es infundada.
Ex. Because of the nature of AIDS, much misinformation, prejudice, and misplaced fear exist both within the general public and in professional communities worldwide.
Ex. However, most librarians do not have the training for counseling and should avoid gratuitous tampering with the lives of library patrons.
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* ser infundado = be unfounded.
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-da adjetivo unfounded, groundless
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= undue, unsupported, unfounded, ill-founded, ungrounded, misplaced, gratuitous.

Ex: Some are poorly written giving either too much or too little data, and giving undue emphasis to the author's priorities.

Ex: Even more reprehensible than the unsupported recollection is the guess, however well informed.
Ex: The common fear of the computer is unfounded, as computers are merely an extension of man's capacity for thought and action.
Ex: The society appears to have assumed that these bibliographies would remain valid indefinitely, an assumption that is unfortunately ill-founded.
Ex: This is an ungrounded notion = Ésta idea es infundada.
Ex: Because of the nature of AIDS, much misinformation, prejudice, and misplaced fear exist both within the general public and in professional communities worldwide.
Ex: However, most librarians do not have the training for counseling and should avoid gratuitous tampering with the lives of library patrons.
* ser infundado = be unfounded.

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infundado -da
adjective
unfounded, groundless
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infundado
-da adjetivo

unfounded, groundless
infundado,-a adjetivo unfounded, groundless

'infundado' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
infundada
- gratuito
English:
groundless
- ill-founded
- unfounded
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infundado, -a adj
unfounded
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infundado
adj unfounded, groundless
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infundado, -da adj
: unfounded, baseless

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • arbitrario — (Del lat. arbitrarius.) ► adjetivo 1 Que actúa según su arbitrio o voluntad sin atender a leyes o a razones: ■ es arbitrario en sus decisiones. SINÓNIMO injusto parcial 2 Que depende del arbitrio o libre decisión de los individuos: ■ las señales… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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