Spanish translation of 'ungrateful'
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Oh, it was so ungrateful of her to turn her back on him now that the years had passed.WEB OF DREAMS (2004)
'But - Eric likes to sleep out,' he said hastily, and then stopped, knowing he sounded ungrateful.THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)
And when we went to give presents to the old people at the Old Folks Home they were ungrateful.SAMSON SUPERSLUG (2004)
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British English: ungrateful /ʌnˈɡreɪtfʊl/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as ungrateful, you are criticizing them for not showing thanks or for being cruel to someone who has helped them.
I thought she was rather ungrateful.
- American English: ungrateful
- Arabic: عاقّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ingrato
- Chinese: 不领情的
- Croatian: nezahvalan
- Czech: nevděčný
- Danish: utaknemmelig
- Dutch: ondankbaar
- European Spanish: desagradecido
- Finnish: kiittämätön
- French: ingrat
- German: undankbar
- Greek: αχάριστος
- Italian: ingrato
- Japanese: 感謝を表さない
- Korean: 감사해 하지 않는
- Norwegian: utakknemlig
- Polish: niewdzięczny
- European Portuguese: ingrato
- Romanian: nerecunoscător
- Russian: неблагодарный
- Spanish: desagradecido
- Swedish: otacksam
- Thai: ไม่สำนึกบุญคุณ
- Turkish: nankör
- Ukrainian: невдячний
- Vietnamese: vô ơn
Translation of ungrateful from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary