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uncalled-for

adjective     /ʌnˈkɔːld.fɔː/ US  /-kɑːld.fɔːr/ disapproving
describes a criticism, insult, remark or action that is unfair, rude or hurtful and therefore considered to be unnecessary (批评、侮辱、言论或行动)不公允的,不恰当的,不必要的 an uncalled-for remark 一句不必要的话 There's no need to make personal remarks - that was quite uncalled-for. 没有必要进行人身攻击——那样做很不合适。 Too much and unnecessary
Translations of “uncalled-for”
in Vietnamese không cần thiết…
in Spanish fuera de lugar, impertinente…
in Thai ไม่จำเป็น…
in Malaysian tdk wajar…
in French déplacé…
in German unangebracht…
in Chinese (Traditional) (批評、侮辱、言論或行動)不公允的,不恰當的,不必要的…
in Indonesian tidak perlu…
(Definition of uncalled-for from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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