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unwanted

adjective
 
 
/ʌnˈwɒntɪd/
not wanted: unwanted calls/emails/mail Unwanted emails cost consumers and business nationwide an estimated $70 billion annually in lost productivity.unwanted gifts/items The store will exchange unwanted items for other goods.
Translations of “unwanted”
in Korean 원치 않는…
in Arabic غَير مَرغوب فيه…
in Portuguese indesejado…
in Catalan no desitjat…
in Japanese 不要な, 望まれていない…
in Italian indesiderato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不需要的, 多餘的, 不受歡迎的…
in Russian нежеланный…
in Turkish istenmeyen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不需要的, 多余的, 不受欢迎的…
in Polish niechciany…
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