Traducción de disconnected en Español:


inconexo, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌdɪskəˈnɛktəd/ /dɪskəˈnɛktɪd/

Ver definición en Español de inconexo


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    (remarks/ideas/thoughts) inconexo
    (remarks/ideas/thoughts) sin ilación
    • The odd, unexpected rhyme can come like an oasis in a desert of disconnected thought and jarring line breaks.
    • And afterwards, I was left with a straight flush of surreal, striking, disconnected impressions and memories.
    • History and a chain of disconnected memories came crashing over one another in my head.
    • It's the remarkable story of the father he knew only as a series of disconnected memories.
    • Students milled around, offering a disconnected sense of safety.
    • The formerly disconnected ideas are gradually shown to fit into each other.
    • But one wondered at the overuse of casual brackets, the plethora of connected dots to shape disconnected thoughts.
    • Only the husband remains unheard, for reasons which become obvious as the disconnected narrative evolves.
    • The imagery and camerawork are almost painfully beautiful, while the disconnected narrative deliberately withholds closure.
    • At first Ellen is confused by the disconnected stories, and wonders if he is making them up as he goes along.
    • This plodding, wandering, disconnected story pulls out every melodramatic stop to tug at your heartstrings.
    • So often our lives appear as a series of disconnected and disjointed dots and lines.
    • The narrative of the book is also disconnected, with plenty of non sequiturs between chapters.
    • In many Impressionist pictures the only thing that the disconnected elements have in common is to be within the same frame at the same time.
    • To me, such compositions suggest the multiple, disconnected motifs that you often find on an artist's sketchbook page.
    • Her disconnected chain of thoughts focused on the weekend.
    • It made me vaguely nervous to see it there, so close, though in a disconnected type of way.
    • It is difficult to look for connections among disconnected events, but to the extent that it can happen, it is likely to result in better solutions.
    • The work takes the form of a series of disconnected and discrete episodes, without essential inner connection, and becomes somewhat tedious as a result.
    • Sitting at either end of a long pub lounge, the characters tell their parallel stories by means of disconnected, intertwined monologues.
  • 2EEUU

    • They gave me one phone number which I had checked out, turned out to be a disconnected phone number of a textile mill that had gone bankrupt.
    • It was as if no one was to blame - save for a disconnected phone line.
    • The last he heard was a desperate disconnected phone call during Hurricane Katrina.
    • Cal looked to her, then the disconnected phone.
    • He discovered that only thing wrong about the record was a disconnected phone number.
    • I arrived home to an eviction notice, no electricity and a disconnected phone.
    • They bring the benefits to disconnected servers without the high cost of connectivity.
    • It was the disconnected smoke alarm which landed him a death sentence as it made the so-called crime pre-meditated.
    • The violations included exposed wiring, fire doors off their hinges and a disconnected smoke-alarm system.
    • So this week Dave has published another number to help readers who can't get through on the disconnected line.
    • John, an English expat who practises an obscure form of spiritual therapy, lives and works surrounded by musty books, bottles of vodka, and a disconnected telephone.
    • This theme is picked up with the album's cover art that shows him sitting in the middle of a streetcar lane with a forlorn look on his face, holding a disconnected receiver of a telephone in his hand.
    • Once the computer is off, it's disconnected from the server and you can't send messages to it.
    • He disclosed that cases have been reported with officials tampering with disconnected water and electricity meters in return for bribes.
    • A wired world changes much more rapidly than a disconnected one and the more people wired together, the faster the change.