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Spanish translation of “unsavoury”

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adjective /anˈseivəri/ /anˈseivəri/
very unpleasant or disgusting
repugnante, asqueroso, desagradable
I have heard some unsavoury stories about that man.
Translations of “unsavoury”
in French répugnant…
in German widerwärtig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人討厭的, 不道德的…
in Russian сомнительный, дурной…
in Turkish çirkin, çok kötü, rezil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 令人讨厌的, 不道德的…
in Polish podejrzany, kompromitujący, żenujący…
(Definition of unsavoury from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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