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inconvenient

adjective
 
 
/ˌɪnkənˈviːniənt/
causing problems or difficulties: inconvenient hour/moment/time They rescheduled the meeting for a very inconvenient time. I can call back later if it's inconvenient. an inconvenient detail/fact/truth
Translations of “inconvenient”
in Arabic مُزْعِج…
in Korean 불편한…
in Malaysian menyusahkan…
in French mal choisi…
in Turkish zahmetli, sıkıntılı, rahatsızlık verici…
in Italian inopportuno, scomodo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帶來不便的…
in Russian неудобный…
in Polish niedogodny…
in Vietnamese bất tiện…
in Spanish inconveniente, inoportuno, malo…
in Portuguese inconveniente…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่สะดวก…
in German ungelegen…
in Catalan poc pràctic, inoportú…
in Japanese 不便な, 迷惑な…
in Indonesian merepotkan, tidak menyenangkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 带来不便的…
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