Translation of unquestioning in Spanish:


ciego, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈkwɛstʃənɪŋ/ /ʌnˈkwɛstʃ(ə)nɪŋ/

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    (obedience/faith) ciego
    (loyalty) incondicional
    (loyalty) ciego
    • The objective of such a campaign was to stifle dissent, garner unquestioning support, and rally people around a common symbol.
    • If hitherto public service broadcasting had been widely accepted in a largely unquestioning way, from Annan onwards old certainties crumbled.
    • Secondly, Carl's point about a fourth level not being an unquestioning acceptance is a very good one, and should be read.
    • These are reflections of unquestioning belief and acceptance, like the devout homages of the Master of Ghent or a Fra Angelico.
    • In a sense, such unquestioning acceptance may be why the Royal Family has survived for so very long.
    • It was a moment in time that marked the last great communal outpouring of a population's unquestioning faith and innocence.
    • In her defence the long jumper and former sprinter points out she was young, innocent and unquestioning.
    • This noble ideal, with its emphasis on unquestioning acceptance of and obedience to authority, is what we should teach our children.
    • Such self-negating actions were coupled with an unquestioning acceptance of the legitimacy of the familial and social demands on them.
    • They centre around the interpretations of the leadership and submissive and unquestioning acceptance of these is essential to be a member of good standing.
    • These confrontations represent a sharp departure from the past practices of unquestioning acceptance.
    • In contrast to the naive and unquestioning faith of yesteryear, everyone now realizes at least the possibility of collapse of the FDIC.
    • Americans cherished an uncritical and unquestioning conviction that theirs was the best of countries.
    • The result is a study that seems sometimes naive and dated - a work for those unquestioning 1980s but a little disappointing as a retrospective now.
    • The ultimate trust, the unquestioning bliss you get in accepting your twin's word because they would never ever lie to you or try to hurt you…
    • Central to British government policy towards the European Union has been an unquestioning belief in the progress towards economic reform and liberalisation.
    • We all fall victim to the unquestioning use of terms that are created by someone, somewhere, to create an impression of something that means something else.
    • Because a stupefied nation is a subdued nation, an unquestioning nation, a hang-about-who-said-we-should-go-to-war-nation.
    • But that doesn't mean that, amid the swooning of his unquestioning admirers, the point should not be kept in mind.
    • European skipper Bernhard Langer, armed with the unquestioning loyalty of his players, proved to be a great leader of men.