absent


absent
1. 'æbsənt adjective
(not present: Johnny was absent from school with a cold.) ausente

2. əb'sent verb
(to keep (oneself) away: He absented himself from the meeting.) ausentarse
- absentee
- absenteeism
- absent-minded
- absentmindedly
- absent-mindedness

absent adj ausente
absent
tr[(adj) 'æbsənt; (vb) æb'sent]
adjective
1 ausente
John's been absent a lot recently John ha faltado mucho a clase últimamente
2 (expression) distraído,-a
transitive verb to absent OS
1 ausentarse
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
absent without leave ausente sin permiso
absent [æb'sɛnt] vt
to absent oneself : ausentarse
absent ['æbsənt] adj
: ausente
absent
adj.
abstraído, -a adj.
ausente adj.
distraído, -a adj.
perdido, -a adj.
v.
ausentar v.

I 'æbsənt
adjective
a) (not present) ausente

the teacher marked her absent — el profesor le puso falta or la anotó ausente

to be absent from something — faltar a algo

his sense of humor was conspicuously absent — su sentido del humor brilló por su ausencia

b) (vague) (before n) <look> distraído, ausente

II æb'sent, əb'sent
reflexive verb

to absent oneself (from something) — (frml) ausentarse (de algo) (frml)

1. ADJ
['æbsǝnt]
1) (=not present) [person, thing] ausente

"to absent friends!" — (toast) "¡por los amigos ausentes!"

to be absent — faltar (from a)

to be absent from school — faltar al colegio

he has been absent from his desk for two weeks — lleva dos semanas sin aparecer por el despacho

absent without leave — (Mil) ausente sin permiso

to go absent without leave — ausentarse sin permiso

2) (=absent-minded) ausente, distraído

she was absent, preoccupied — estaba ausente or distraída, preocupada

an absent stare — una mirada ausente or distraída

3) (=lacking)

a spirit of compromise was noticeably absent from the meeting — en la reunión la voluntad de llegar a un acuerdo brilló por su ausencia

2.
VT [æb'sent]

to absent o.s. — ausentarse (from de)

* * *

I ['æbsənt]
adjective
a) (not present) ausente

the teacher marked her absent — el profesor le puso falta or la anotó ausente

to be absent from something — faltar a algo

his sense of humor was conspicuously absent — su sentido del humor brilló por su ausencia

b) (vague) (before n) <look> distraído, ausente

II [æb'sent, əb'sent]
reflexive verb

to absent oneself (from something) — (frml) ausentarse (de algo) (frml)


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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  • absent — ABSÉNT, Ă, absenţi, te, adj. 1. Care nu e de faţă, care lipseşte. 2. fig. Care nu este atent la ce se petrece în jurul lui; distrat. – Din fr. absent, lat. absens, ntis. Trimis de ana zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  absént, ă adj. 1. care… …   Dicționar Român

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  • absent — I adjective absorbed, abstracted, astray, away, bare, bemused, blank, deficient, devoid, elsewhere, faraway, flown, gone, heedless, lost, missing, not present, nowhere to be found, null and void, preoccupied, removed, vacant, vacuous, wanting… …   Law dictionary

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  • absent — [ab′sənt; ] for v. [, ab sent′, əbsənt] adj. [ME < OFr < L absens, prp. of abesse < ab , away + esse, to be: see IS1] 1. not present; away 2. not existing; lacking 3. not attentive; absorbed in thought vt. to keep (oneself) away …   English World dictionary

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