Vague in spanish

Vago

pronunciation: bɑgoʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

vague [vaguer -comp., vaguest -sup.] = vago, impreciso, indefinido. [Pincha en o en para ver otros adjetivos cuyo grados comparativos y superlativos se formas añadiendo "-er" o "-est" (o sus variantes "-r" o "-st") al final]

Example: Some of the terms are vague.

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» get + a vague idea = tener una idea vaga, tener una idea aproximada.

Example: After a great deal of hard work he will at last get a vague idea of what it all means.

» give + a vague idea = dar una idea vaga, dar una idea aproximada.

Example: The floor plan gives a vague idea of how the house will look like once complete.

» have + a vague idea = tener una idea vaga, tener una idea aproximada.

Example: She does not communicate with me so I only have a vague idea as to how I can help.
Vague synonyms:
obscure in spanish: , pronunciation: əbskjʊr part of speech: adjective, verb faint in spanish: , pronunciation: feɪnt part of speech: adjective dim in spanish: , pronunciation: dɪm part of speech: adjective indeterminate in spanish: , pronunciation: ɪndɪtɜrmɪnɪt part of speech: adjective wispy in spanish: , pronunciation: wɪspi part of speech: adjective unclear in spanish: , pronunciation: ənklɪr part of speech: adjective indistinct in spanish: , pronunciation: ɪndɪstɪŋkt part of speech: adjective undefined in spanish: , pronunciation: əndɪfaɪnd part of speech: adjective shadowy in spanish: , pronunciation: ʃædoʊi part of speech: adjective indefinable in spanish: , pronunciation: ɪndɪfaɪnəbəl part of speech: adjective undefinable in spanish: , pronunciation: əndɪfaɪnəbəl part of speech: adjective
Vague antonyms:
defined pronunciation: dɪfaɪnd part of speech: adjective
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