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impolite

adjective uk   us   /ˌɪm.pəlˈaɪt/ formal
B2 rude: impolite language/behaviour It is impolite to point at people.
impolitely
adverb uk   us   /-li/
impoliteness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
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 Spanish maleducado, descortés…
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…
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