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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “uncalled-for”

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
(批評、侮辱、言論或行動)不公允的,不恰當的,不必要的
an uncalled-for remark
一句不必要的話
There's no need to make personal remarks - that was quite uncalled-for.
沒有必要進行人身攻擊——那樣做很不合適。
Too much and unnecessary
(Definition of uncalled-for from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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