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Translation of "impolite" - English-Spanish dictionary

impolite

adjective /impəˈlait/
not polite; rude maleducado; descortés You must not be impolite to the teacher. impolitely adverb maleducadamente An old woman pushed in front of me rather impolitely. impoliteness noun mala educación
Translations of “impolite”
in Arabic غَيْر مُهَذَّب…
in Korean 무례한…
in Malaysian tidak sopan…
in French impoli…
in Turkish nezaketsiz, kaba, terbiyesiz…
in Italian scortese…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不禮貌的,粗魯的…
in Russian невежливый…
in Polish nieuprzejmy, niegrzeczny…
in Vietnamese bất lịch sự…
in Portuguese grosseiro, descortês…
in Thai ไม่สุภาพ…
in German unhöflich…
in Catalan mal educat…
in Japanese 無作法な…
in Indonesian tidak sopan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不礼貌的,粗鲁的…
(Definition of impolite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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