French translation of 'uncivilized'
1. (= primitive) [people, country] non civilisé(e)
2. (= socially and morally unacceptable) [person, behaviour, treatment, conditions] barbare
at an uncivilized hour à une heure indue
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It was as if they couldn't see him, couldn't perceive his curiosity, his loneliness, and his uncivilized spirit.THE BROKEN GOD
With a feather stuck in his hair and his deep blue eyes, Danlo did in fact look uncivilized and not a little wild.THE BROKEN GOD
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'uncivilized' in Other Languages
British English: uncivilized /ʌnˈsɪvɪˌlaɪzd/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone's behaviour as uncivilized, you find it unacceptable, for example because it is very cruel or very rude.
The campaign has abounded in mutual accusations of uncivilized behaviour.
- American English: uncivilized
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مُتَحَضِّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: não civilizado
- Chinese: 不文明的
- Croatian: neciviliziran
- Czech: necivilizovaný
- Danish: uciviliseret
- Dutch: onbeschaafd
- European Spanish: incivilizado
- Finnish: sivistymätön
- French: barbare
- German: unzivilisiert
- Greek: απολίτιστος
- Italian: incivile
- Japanese: 未開の
- Korean: 야만적인
- Norwegian: usivilisert
- Polish: niecywilizowany
- European Portuguese: não civilizado
- Romanian: necivilizat
- Russian: нецивилизованный
- Spanish: incivilizado
- Swedish: ociviliserad
- Thai: ซึ่งไร้อารยธรรม
- Turkish: ilkel
- Ukrainian: нецивілізований
- Vietnamese: chưa được khai hóa
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