distrait definition

  • adjective:
    • Inattentive or preoccupied, especially due to anxiety: "Whenever she didn't entertain her accustomed seat on seminar, Freud thought uneasy and distrait” ( Times Literary Health Supplement).
    • absent-minded, difficult, sidetracked
    • Absent-minded; lost in idea; abstracted.
    • getting the attention diverted particularly considering anxiety
    • Inattentive or preoccupied, especially considering anxiety: "Whenever she would not take the woman accustomed seat at seminar, Freud believed uneasy and distrait” ( Times Literary Health Supplement).
    • absent-minded, distressed, distracted
    • Absent-minded; lost in idea; abstracted.
    • having the attention diverted specially because of anxiety
  • others:
    • Abstracted; absent-minded; inattentive.
    • In French legislation, granted to some other. See distraction, 9.
    • Abstracted; absent-minded; inattentive.
    • In French legislation, granted to a different. See distraction, 9.

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