|An English-Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 14.4
(adj.) = sin preocupaciones, libre de preocupaciones.
Ex: For your night out on the town get picked up and dropped off at your home or hotel and enjoy an evening worry free of driving, parking or hailing a cab.
|French (and/or English) to Pârsi (Persian) epistemological Dict. (Latin chars)
Nonchalant, the French word, is the past participle of nonchaloir, indifferent to or without concern for. Chaloir, the French verb "to have concern (for)" itself comes from the Latin term calere for hot. Hence, in one of those strange reversals that language tends to exhibit, the literal Latin term for not hot ends up meaning "cool" in English, a term for… not hot.
1 eng. worry-free, winsome, light-hearted
2 eng. listless