1) (stunned or unconscious: The blow knocked him senseless.) inconsciente, sin conocimiento
2) (foolish: What a senseless thing to do!) absurdo, sin sentido, insensato
senseless adj sin sentido
1 (unconscious) inconsciente, sin conocimiento
he was beaten senseless lo golpearon hasta dejarlo inconsciente
2 (foolish, pointless) absurdo,-a, sin sentido, insensato,-a
senseless violence violencia sin sentido
to be bored senseless aburrirse mortalmente
senseless ['sɛntsləs] adj
1) meaningless: sin sentido, sin razón
2) unconscious: inconsciente
desequilibrado, -a adj.
inconsciente adj.
insensato, -a adj.
sin sentido adj.
'sensləs, 'senslɪs
1) (pointless) <act/destruction/murder> sin sentido
2) (unconscious) inconsciente, sin sentido

they beat him senseless — lo golpearon hasta dejarlo inconsciente or sin sentido

1) [waste, violence etc] sin sentido

it is senseless to protest — no tiene sentido protestar

2) (=unconscious) sin sentido, inconsciente

he was lying senseless on the floor — yacía sin sentido or inconsciente en el suelo

to knock sb senseless — derribar a algn y dejarle sin sentido

he fell senseless to the floor — cayó al suelo sin sentido

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['sensləs, 'senslɪs]
1) (pointless) <act/destruction/murder> sin sentido
2) (unconscious) inconsciente, sin sentido

they beat him senseless — lo golpearon hasta dejarlo inconsciente or sin sentido

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