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    I'd like to know how I can translate the term "uneventful" in this sentence.

    ü In interpandemic influenza epidemics, recovery from interpandemic influenza is usually uneventful.

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    Hi Mariela, in this context the word "uneventful" could be translated as "significativa" or "notoria" when referred to "recovery "recuperación"

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    Pease accept my apologies Mariela. I gave you the antonymous of the word. In this case you would be talking about "Recuperación poco significativa"

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    I agree with Hebe. Good luck!

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    Default uneventful: sin consecuencias

    sin consecuencias, en este caso, es otra opción tal vez más clara.

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    I have to say this sentence sounds quite awful to me in English already.

    I undertsand that the recovery happens without major problems, in this case I would go with walterzev's translation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veronica
    I have to say this sentence sounds quite awful to me in English already.

    I undertsand that the recovery happens without major problems, in this case I would go with walterzev's translation.
    It can also be "sin complicaciones".

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    En medicina esto significa sin problemas o sin complicaciones en su recuperacion.

    Cuidado que poner: "recuperacion poco significativa" puede interpretarse como que el paciente no se recupera bien, es decir todo lo contrario...

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