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inconvenient

adjective   /ˌɪn·kənˈviː·ni·ənt/
causing problems inoportuno, poco práctico It is very inconvenient living so far away from the shops. →  Opposite convenient
inconveniently adverb /ˌɪn·kənˈviː·ni·ənt·li/
inoportunamente, de forma poco práctica
(Definition of inconvenient from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inconvenient

adjective /inkənˈviːnjənt/
causing trouble or difficulty; awkward inconveniente, inoportuno, malo He has come at a very inconvenient time.
inconvenience noun
(something which causes) trouble or difficulty molestia, incomodidad He apologized for the inconvenience caused by his late arrival.
(Definition of inconvenient from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “inconvenient”
in Korean 불편한…
in Arabic مُزْعِج…
in Malaysian menyusahkan…
in French mal choisi…
in Russian неудобный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帶來不便的…
in Italian inopportuno, scomodo…
in Turkish zahmetli, sıkıntılı, rahatsızlık verici…
in Polish niedogodny…
in Vietnamese bất tiện…
in Portuguese inconveniente…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่สะดวก…
in German ungelegen…
in Catalan poc pràctic, inoportú…
in Japanese 不便な, 迷惑な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 带来不便的…
in Indonesian merepotkan, tidak menyenangkan…
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