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Translation of "unhappy" - English-Spanish dictionary

unhappy

adjective   /ʌnˈhæp·i/ ( comparative unhappier, superlative unhappiest)
A2 sad desgraciado, infeliz an unhappy childhood
B1 not satisfied disconforme Giorgio was unhappy with his test results.
unhappily adverb /ʌnˈhæp·ɪ·li/
desgraciadamente
unhappiness noun [no plural] /ʌnˈhæp·i·nəs/
desdicha, desgracia
(Definition of unhappy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

unhappy

adjective /anˈhӕpi/ ( comparative unhappier, superlative unhappiest)
sad or miserable infeliz He had an unhappy childhood.
regrettable infeliz, inoportuno He has an unhappy knack of always saying the wrong thing.
unhappiness noun
infelicidad
unhappily adverb
in a sad or miserable way con infelicidad, tristemente He stared unhappily at her angry face.
unfortunately desgraciadamente Unhappily, I shan’t be able to see you tomorrow.
(Definition of unhappy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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