Translation: from english

distracted

  • 1 distracted

    [dɪ'stræktɪd] 1. 2.
    1) (anxious) preoccupato, turbato
    2) (abstracted) distratto, assente
    * * *
    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) distratto
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) folle, pazzo
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) sconvolto
    * * *
    distracted /dɪˈstræktɪd/
    a.
    1 assente, preoccupato: He seemed distracted, as if his thoughts were elsewhere, sembrava assente, come se avesse la testa altrove; a distracted look, uno sguardo preoccupato
    2 pazzo; folle: She was almost distracted with grief, era quasi pazza dal dolore
    distractedly avv. distractedness n. [u].
    * * *
    [dɪ'stræktɪd] 1. 2.
    1) (anxious) preoccupato, turbato
    2) (abstracted) distratto, assente

    English-Italian dictionary > distracted

  • 2 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) distraído
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) demente, trastornado
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) afligido, angustiado
    tr[dɪ'stræktɪd]
    1 (not concentrating) distraído,-a; (nervous, anxious, confused) trastornado,-a ( with, por)
    distracted [dɪ'stræktəd] adj
    : distraído
    adj.
    alienado, -a adj.
    despistado, -a adj.
    distraído, -a adj.
    dɪ'stræktəd, dɪ'stræktɪd
    adjective < person> trastornado; < look> enajenado
    [dɪs'træktɪd]
    ADJ
    1) (=preoccupied) distraído
    2) (=mad) loco
    * * *
    [dɪ'stræktəd, dɪ'stræktɪd]
    adjective < person> trastornado; < look> enajenado

    English-spanish dictionary > distracted

  • 3 distracted

    [dısʹtræktıd] a
    1. сбитый с толку, смущённый, встревоженный; расстроенный

    distracted with /by/ anxiety [grief] - снедаемый беспокойством [горем]

    distracted between hope and fear - переходящий от надежды к отчаянию, раздираемый противоречивыми чувствами надежды и страха

    she's run distracted looking for her son - она вся извелась, пока искала сына

    2. обезумевший (от горя, забот и т. п.)

    to drive smb. distracted - сводить кого-л. с ума

    НБАРС > distracted

  • 4 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) forstyrret; afledt
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) distræt; forstyrret
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) fortvivlet
    * * *
    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) forstyrret; afledt
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) distræt; forstyrret
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) fortvivlet

    English-Danish dictionary > distracted

  • 5 distracted

    adjective
    1) (mad) von Sinnen nachgestellt; außer sich nachgestellt; (worried) besorgt; beunruhigt
    2) (mentally far away) abwesend
    * * *
    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) abgelenkt
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) verwirrt
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) verstört
    * * *
    dis·tract·ed
    [dɪˈstræktɪd]
    adj verwirrt, zerstreut; (worried) besorgt
    * * *
    [dI'strktɪd]
    adj
    (= preoccupied) abwesend, zerstreut; (= worried, anxious) besorgt, beunruhigt; (= grief-stricken, distraught) außer sich (with vor +dat)
    * * *
    distracted adj (adv distractedly)
    1. verwirrt
    2. beunruhigt, besorgt
    3. (with, by)
    a) außer sich (vor dat)
    b) wahnsinnig (vor Schmerzen etc)
    * * *
    adjective
    1) (mad) von Sinnen nachgestellt; außer sich nachgestellt; (worried) besorgt; beunruhigt
    * * *
    adj.
    abgelenkt adj.
    verstört adj.
    verwirrt adj.

    English-german dictionary > distracted

  • 6 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) raztresen
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) zmešan
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) prizadet
    * * *
    [distraektid]
    adjective ( distractedly adverb)
    (at, by, with) raztresen, zmeden, blazen; ves iz sebe
    to drive distracted — razjeziti, obnoriti

    English-Slovenian dictionary > distracted

  • 7 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) annars hugar
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) bilaður, sturlaður
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) örvæntingarfullur

    English-Icelandic dictionary > distracted

  • 8 distracted

    háborgó
    * * *
    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) zavart
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) őrült
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) tébolyult

    English-Hungarian dictionary > distracted

  • 9 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) distraído
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) demente
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) aflito
    * * *
    dis.tract.ed
    [distr'æktid] adj 1 distraído, divertido, desatento, entretido, abstrato. 2 perturbado, confuso, doido, louco, insensato, demente.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > distracted

  • 10 distracted

    adj. şaşırmış, deli, çılgın, kendinden geçmiş
    * * *
    1. aklını başından al (v.) 2. aklı başından alınmış (adj.) 3. dağıt (v.) 4. karışmış (adj.)
    * * *
    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) dikkat dağınık, kafası yerinde değil
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) deli, aklını kaçırmış
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) aklı başından gitmiş

    English-Turkish dictionary > distracted

  • 11 distracted

    • hämmentynyt
    • sekapäinen
    • poissaoleva
    * * *
    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) toisaalle
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) hassahtanut
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) hätääntynyt

    English-Finnish dictionary > distracted

  • 12 distracted

    [dɪs'træktɪd]
    adj
    ( dreaming) nieuważny, roztargniony; ( anxious) strapiony
    * * *
    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) odwrócony, odciągnięty
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) zdemenciały, roztargniony
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) zatrwożony

    English-Polish dictionary > distracted

  • 13 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) izklaidīgs; novērsis uzmanību
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) ārprātīgs
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) apjucis
    * * *
    apjucis, apmulsis; izklaidīgs; ārprātīgs

    English-Latvian dictionary > distracted

  • 14 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) nukreiptas, atitrauktas
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) išprotėjęs
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) (iš sielvarto) netekęs proto

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > distracted

  • 15 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) avledd, på annat håll
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) förvirrad, tokig
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) ifrån sig, uppjagad

    English-Swedish dictionary > distracted

  • 16 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) rozptýlený
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) šílený, zbavený smyslů
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) rozrušený
    * * *
    • nepozorný

    English-Czech dictionary > distracted

  • 17 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) rozptýlený
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) šialený
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) rozrušený
    * * *
    • zmätený

    English-Slovak dictionary > distracted

  • 18 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) distras; neatent
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) zăpăcit, nebun
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) înne­bunit

    English-Romanian dictionary > distracted

  • 19 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) αφηρημένος
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) βλαμμένος
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) αλόφρων

    English-Greek dictionary > distracted

  • 20 distracted

    1) (turned aside (from what one is doing or thinking): He had slipped out while her attention was distracted.) 心煩意亂的
    2) (out of one's mind; mad: a distracted old woman.) 發狂的
    3) (distressed: The distracted mother couldn't reach her child in the burning house.) 精神錯亂的

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > distracted

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  • Distracted — Dis*tract ed, a. Mentally disordered; unsettled; mad. [1913 Webster] My distracted mind. Pope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • distracted — distracted; un·distracted; …   English syllables

  • distracted — index oblivious, thoughtless Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • distracted — [di strakt′id] adj. unable to give proper attention to or concentrate on, as because of mental disturbance, anxiety, etc. distractedly adv …   English World dictionary

  • Distracted — Distract Dis*tract , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Distracted}, old p. p. {Distraught}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Distracting}.] 1. To draw apart or away; to divide; to disjoin. [1913 Webster] A city . . . distracted from itself. Fuller. [1913 Webster] 2. To draw… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • distracted — adj. VERBS ▪ appear, be, look, seem ▪ become, get ▪ It s easy to get distracted when you re studying. ADVERB …   Collocations dictionary

  • distracted — [[t]dɪstræ̱ktɪd[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you are distracted, you are not concentrating on something because you are worried or are thinking about something else. She had seemed curiously distracted... She seemed less like a poetess than a distracted… …   English dictionary

  • distracted — adjective 1) she seemed distracted today Syn: preoccupied, inattentive, vague, abstracted, distrait, absentminded, faraway, in a world of one s own; bemused, confused, bewildered; troubled, harassed, worried, anxious; informal miles away, not… …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • distracted — distractedly, adv. distractedness, n. /di strak tid/, adj. 1. having the attention diverted: She tossed several rocks to the far left and slipped past the distracted sentry. 2. rendered incapable of behaving, reacting, etc., in a normal manner,… …   Universalium

  • distracted — I distracted, distraught (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. agitated, frenzied, frantic; bewildered. See excitement, insanity, inattention. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Troubled] Syn. distraught, panicked, frenzied; see troubled 1 . 2.… …   English dictionary for students

  • distracted — dis|tract|ed [ dı stræktəd ] adjective not able to concentrate on something: All that summer Rosie seemed distant and distracted. ╾ dis|tract|edly adverb …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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