abandoned


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a·ban·doned

 (ə-băn′dənd)
adj.
1. Deserted; forsaken.
2. Exuberantly enthusiastic.
3. Recklessly unrestrained.

abandoned

(əˈbændənd)
adj
1. deserted: an abandoned windmill.
2. forsaken: an abandoned child.
3. unrestrained; uninhibited: wild, abandoned dancing.
4. depraved; profligate

a•ban•doned

(əˈbæn dənd)

adj.
1. forsaken or deserted: an abandoned building.
2. unrestrained or uninhibited.
3. utterly lacking in moral restraints.
[1350–1400]
a•ban′doned•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.abandoned - forsaken by owner or inhabitants ; "weed-grown yard of an abandoned farmhouse"
uninhabited - not having inhabitants; not lived in; "an uninhabited island"; "gaping doors of uninhabited houses"
2.abandoned - free from constraintabandoned - free from constraint; "an abandoned sadness born of grief"- Liam O'Flaherty
uninhibited - not inhibited or restrained; "uninhibited exuberance"

abandoned

adjective
1. unoccupied, empty, deserted, vacant, derelict, uninhabited abandoned buildings that become a breeding ground for crime
unoccupied kept, claimed, maintained, occupied
2. deserted, dropped, rejected, neglected, stranded, ditched, discarded, relinquished, left, forsaken, cast off, jilted, cast aside, cast out, cast away a newsreel of abandoned children suffering from cold and hunger
3. uninhibited, wild, uncontrolled, unbridled, unrestrained, unconstrained people who enjoy wild, abandoned lovemaking
uninhibited conscious, restrained, inhibited

abandoned

adjective
Translations
خَلِيع، مُتَهَتِّكمَهْجور، مَتْروك
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efterladtforladtløsagtigskamløs
ofurselduryfirgefinn
opuščen
arsızterkedilmişutanmaz

abandoned

[əˈbændənd] ADJ
1. (= deserted) [house, building] → abandonado, desierto; [child] → abandonado, desamparado; [vehicle, pet] → abandonado
2. (= unrestrained) [manner] → desinhibido, desenfrenado
in an abandoned fashioncon abandono, desenfrenadamente
3. (o.f.) (= dissolute) an abandoned womanuna mujer perdida or de conducta dudosa

abandoned

[əˈbændənd] adj
[building, mine, car] → abandonné(e)
[child] → abandonné(e)
(= unrestrained) → sans retenue

abandoned

adj
(= dissolute)verkommen
(= unrestrained) dancingselbstvergessen, hingebungsvoll, hemmungslos (pej); joyunbändig

abandoned

[əˈbændənd] adj (unrestrained, manner) → disinvolto/a, spontaneo/a

abandon

(əˈbӕndən) verb
1. to leave, not intending to return to. They abandoned the stolen car.
2. to give (oneself) completely to. He abandoned himself to despair.
aˈbandoned adjective
1. shameless. an abandoned young woman.
2. having been left without any intention of returning to or reclaiming. The police found the abandoned car.
aˈbandonment noun
Lack of money led to the abandonment of this plan.

abandoned

a. abandonado-a; irresponsable.
References in classic literature ?
It moved her to dreams, to thoughtfulness, to the shadowy anguish which had overcome her the midnight when she had abandoned herself to tears.
The hunter, who had already abandoned his intention of maiming the runner, mused a moment, and then made a gesture, which instantly brought his two red companions to his side.
Their savage minds were inflamed to mischief by two abandoned men, Captains McKee and Girty.
While we fancy ourselves going straight forward, and attaining, at every step, an entirely new position of affairs, we do actually return to something long ago tried and abandoned, but which we now find etherealized, refined, and perfected to its ideal.
It had been built by an earlier settler, and abandoned, because the soil about it was too sterile for cultivation, while its comparative remoteness put it out of the sphere of that social activity which already marked the habits of the emigrants.
Floating on the waves we saw the abandoned boat, as for one instant it tossed and gaped beneath the ship's bows like a chip at the base of a cataract; and then the vast hull rolled over it, and it was seen no more till it came up weltering astern.
case, wherein a gentleman, after in vain trying to bridle his wife's viciousness, had at last abandoned her upon the seas of life; but in the course of years, repenting of that step, he instituted an action to recover possession of her.
Seeing the throng, Marija abandoned precipitately the debate concerning the ancestors of her coachman, and, springing from the moving carriage, plunged in and proceeded to clear a way to the hall.
Now, the road, in fact, was an old one, that had formerly been a thoroughfare to the river, but abandoned for many years after the laying of the new pike.
The result was what the reader has by this time guessed: the most magnificent idea that was ever conceived had to be abandoned, from sheer lack of a person with enterprise enough to carry it out.
He attempted a diary -- but nothing happened dur- ing three days, and so he abandoned it.
Jennings should be abandoned to the mercy of Marianne for all the comfort of her domestic hours.