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unprofessional

adjective /anprəˈfeʃənl/
(of a person’s conduct) not according to the (usually moral) standards required in his profession
contrario a la ética profesional
The doctor was dismissed from his post for unprofessional conduct.
(of a piece of work etc) not done with the skill of a trained person
poco profesional
This repair looks a bit unprofessional.
(Definition of unprofessional from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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