Definition of 'disobedient'
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Used Occasionally. disobedient is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'disobedient'
British English: disobedient /ˌdɪsəˈbiːdɪənt/ ADJECTIVE
If you are disobedient, you deliberately do not do what someone in authority tells you to do, or what a rule or law says that you should do.
Her tone was that of a parent to a disobedient child.
- American English: disobedient
- Arabic: عاصٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desobediente
- Chinese: 不服从的
- Croatian: neposlušan
- Czech: neposlušný
- Danish: ulydig
- Dutch: ongehoorzaam
- European Spanish: desobediente
- Finnish: tottelematon
- French: désobéissant
- German: ungehorsam
- Greek: ανυπάκουος
- Italian: disubbidiente
- Japanese: 不従順な
- Korean: 순종치 않는
- Norwegian: ulydig
- Polish: nieposłuszny
- European Portuguese: desobediente
- Romanian: neascultător
- Russian: непокорный
- Spanish: desobediente
- Swedish: olydig
- Thai: ซึ่งไม่เชื่อฟัง
- Turkish: asi
- Ukrainian: неслухняний
- Vietnamese: không tuân lệnh
Definition of disobedient from the Collins English Dictionary
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