słownik hiszpańsko - angielski

español - English

maleducado po angielsku:

1. Bad mannered Bad mannered



Angielskie słowo "maleducado" (Bad mannered) występuje w zestawach:

Spanish vocab

2. impolite impolite


I think it is best not to be impolite.
It's impolite to stare at people.
It's very impolite of you to decline her invitation.
I wanted to ask Tom how much he paid for his new house, but Mary told me that would be impolite.
The new shop assistant was impolite to customers.
Tom apologized to Mary for his son's impolite remarks.
They consider it impolite to disagree with someone they don't know very well.
It is impolite to elbow one's way through the crowd.
He is so impolite that everyone hates him.
Otherwise, it is considered impolite to pass food with the left hand, because the left hand is used for bathing.
she was very impolite
It would be impolite to leave the party so early.
You can't leave without saying goodbye. It's impolite.
I thought he made a very impolite remark.
This functionary is impolite.

Angielskie słowo "maleducado" (impolite) występuje w zestawach:

Los adjetivos de personalidad en inglés

3. unkind unkind


Don't be unkind to your friends.
You told her that she looks funny in that hat. I was very unkind.
Some people were kind and others were unkind.
She was unkind to him.
Though he is rich, he is unkind.
I think him unkind.
... and negative(though never unkind!)
Why did you take the child’s toy away? It was unkind of you.
Why must he always be so unkind to his mother-in-law?
He won't help you, he's unkind.
She says some very unkind things sometimes.
She isn't friendly or good to other people. She is unkind.
The man was rude and made an unkind remark about the girl’s hair.
It's unkind to say that somebody else is n't good at sport
Her unkind words boomeranged.