Definition of 'inappropriate'
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Normal conversation was starting up again, responding to the Captain's assertion that grief was inappropriate. THE GOSPEL MAKERS (2002)Now, realizing that she was enjoying it in a totally inappropriate way, was very difficult indeed. TICKLED PINK (2002)But Joanna merely smiled, and then startled Enid by giving her an utterly inappropriate hug. HERE BE DRAGONS (2002)
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Translations for 'inappropriate'
British English: inappropriate ADJECTIVE
Something that is inappropriate is not useful or suitable for a particular situation or purpose.
There is no suggestion that clients have been sold inappropriate policies.
Definition of inappropriate from the Collins English Dictionary
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