unfazed

un·fazed

 (ŭn-fāzd′)
adj.
Not fazed or disturbed.

unfazed

(ʌnˈfeɪzd)
adj
informal not disconcerted; unperturbed
Translations

unfazed

[ˈʌnˈfeɪzd] ADJ (esp US) her criticism left him quite unfazedsus críticas le dejaban tan pancho
she was completely unfazed by the extraordinary eventsse quedó como si nada ante unos sucesos tan extraordinarios
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