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We apologise for any thoughtless and offensive behaviour by these two pupils. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Do you consider what unnecessary pain you have given him by your thoughtless behaviour? Wives and Daughters (1864)I am more tolerant of vulnerable people and have much less energy for the thoughtless and selfish. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If you don't want to force your boss to confront his thoughtless behaviour, another solution would be to change jobs. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'thoughtless'
British English: thoughtless /ˈθɔːtlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as thoughtless, you are critical of them because they forget or ignore other people's wants, needs, or feelings.
...a small number of thoughtless people.
- American English: thoughtless
- Arabic: طَائِش
- Brazilian Portuguese: desatento
- Chinese: 欠考虑的
- Croatian: lakomislen
- Czech: bezohledný
- Danish: tankeløs
- Dutch: gedachteloos
- European Spanish: irreflexivo
- Finnish: ajattelematon
- French: irréfléchi
- German: rücksichtslos
- Greek: απερίσκεπτος
- Italian: avventato
- Japanese: 思慮を欠く
- Korean: 경솔한
- Norwegian: tankeløs
- Polish: bezmyślny
- European Portuguese: desatento
- Romanian: nepăsător
- Russian: безрассудный
- Spanish: irreflexivo
- Swedish: tanklös
- Thai: อย่างไม่มีความคิด
- Turkish: düşüncesiz
- Ukrainian: нерозсудливий
- Vietnamese: vô tâm
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