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Meaning of “ungrateful” - Learner’s Dictionary

ungrateful

adjective     /ʌnˈɡreɪtfəl/
not thanking or showing that you are pleased with someone who has done something for youRelieved and thankful
Translations of “ungrateful”
in Arabic جَحود…
in Korean 감사할 줄 모르는…
in Malaysian tdk berterima kasih…
in French ingrat…
in Turkish nankör, iyilik bilmez, değer bilmez…
in Italian ingrato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不感激的,不領情的…
in Russian неблагодарный…
in Polish niewdzięczny…
in Vietnamese vô ơn…
in Spanish desagradecido, ingrato…
in Portuguese ingrato…
in Thai อกตัญญู…
in German undankbar…
in Catalan desagraït…
in Japanese 恩知らずな, 感謝しない…
in Indonesian tak tahu terima kasih…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不感激的,不领情的…
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