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unsuitable

adjective uk   /ʌnˈsuː.tə.bl̩/ /-ˈsjuː-/  us   /-ˈsuː.t̬ə-/
B2 not acceptable or right for someone or something; not suitable: The software blocks material that is unsuitable for children.
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adverb uk   us   /-bli/
Translations of “unsuitable”
in Arabic غَيْر مُلائم…
in Korean 어울리지 않는…
in Malaysian tidak sesuai…
in Turkish elverişsiz, uygun/müsait olmayan…
in Italian inadatto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不適宜的, 不合適的…
in Russian неподходящий…
in Polish nieodpowiedni…
in Vietnamese không phù hợp…
in Spanish inapropiado inadecuado…
in Portuguese impróprio, inadequado…
in Thai ไม่เหมาะสม…
in Catalan no apte, inadequat…
in Japanese ふさわしくない…
in Indonesian tidak sesuai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不适宜的, 不合适的…
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