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inadvisableadjective

 us   /ˌɪn·ədˈvɑɪ·zə·bəl/
likely to have ​unwantedresults and ​therefore to be ​avoided: It is inadvisable to ​generalize from the ​results of a ​singleexperiment.
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inadvisableadjective

uk   us   /ˌɪn.ədˈvaɪ.zə.bl̩/
unwise and ​likely to have ​unwantedresults, and ​thereforeworthavoiding: Skiing is inadvisable if you have a ​weakheart. It is inadvisable togeneralize from the ​results of a ​singleexperiment.
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