Translation of "unsound" - English-Spanish dictionary

unsound

adjective uk /ʌnˈsaʊnd/ us

If a person’s activities or judgment are unsound, they are not good enough, acceptable, or able to be trusted. not good enough, acceptable or able to be trusted

poco sensato, poco sólido
unsound police evidence

If a building or other structure is unsound, it is in bad condition and likely to fall down or fail. (of a building or other structure) in bad condition and likely to fall down or fail

poco sólido, poco seguro
The bridge is one of several said to be structurally unsound.

(Translation of “unsound” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)