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unsightly

adjective uk   us   /ʌnˈsaɪt.li/ formal
not attractive; ugly: He had undone the buttons of his shirt, exposing an unsightly expanse of white flesh.
Translations of “unsightly”
in Vietnamese khó coi, xấu xí…
in Spanish feo, antiestético…
in Thai น่าเกลียด…
in Malaysian hodoh…
in French laid…
in German unansehnlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不吸引人的,醜陋的,難看的…
in Indonesian buruk…
in Russian уродливый, неприглядный…
in Turkish göze hoş gelmeyen, çirkin, nahoş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不吸引人的,丑陋的,难看的…
in Polish szpetny, brzydki…
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