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1(person) trastornado(look) enajenadoshe was distracted with grief/anxiety — estaba trastornada por la pena/por la angustia
- Anna looked up, momentarily distracted by the noise her friends were making.
- Grace was too distracted by the thought of getting dirt in her brand-new white shoes.
- As you said she's easily distracted so she doesn't quite pick up on things.
- I never heard anything but I was somewhat distracted at the time.
- People are briefly distracted, Gable concedes, but she says the boost in morale makes it worthwhile.
- Suddenly his eyes averted over my head and he seemed distracted for a moment.
- Hands-free devices are not considered to be safer as the driver is still distracted.
- I was distracted for a second and realized I had traveled a bit off the road.
- He seemed distracted for a second, and then grinned and slung himself up into his bunk.
- But I tried not to get distracted from the task at hand.
- But we should not be distracted from the real issues it could not investigate.
- In the hallway I was distracted by crying sounds, a woman's cry.
- They were distracted by a dull thumping sound from the other side of the room.
- While contemplating her mother's advice, Fannie was distracted by a sound.
- But like a child whose attention is easily distracted, he turned his attention back to Michelle once again.
- The driver is so distracted by a milkshake that he almost plows right into the back of another car!
- These days I'm so distracted by the arguments over it that I cannot concentrate on teaching my students.
- Okay, so she was distracted and confused a lot of the time, but some strange qualities are endearing.
- I rubbed my forehead and tried to concentrate, but I was distracted again by a passerby consuming a large, warm cinnamon roll.
- Doubting she would be distracted enough by that to forget it, Adam quickly tried to think of something else to say.