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irresponsible

adjective /iriˈsponsəbl/
(of a person or his behaviour) not reliable, trustworthy or sensible; not responsible
irresponsable
irresponsible parents/conduct.
irresponsibility noun
irresponsabilidad
irresponsibly adverb
irresponsablemente
He was accused of behaving irresponsibly.
Translations of “irresponsible”
in Korean 무책임한…
in Arabic غَير مَسؤول, مُستَهتِر…
in French irresponsable…
in Italian irresponsabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不負責任的,無責任感的…
in Russian безответственный…
in Turkish sorumsuz, vurdum duymaz, mesuliyetsiz…
in Polish nieodpowiedzialny…
in Portuguese irresponsável…
in German verantwortungslos…
in Catalan irresponsable…
in Japanese 無責任な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不负责任的,无责任感的…
(Definition of irresponsible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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