Definition of 'unpleasant'
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Prison is meant to be an unpleasant experience. The Sun (2016)Why do hedgehogs produce such an unpleasant smell when you feed them fishy cat food? Times, Sunday Times (2017)I found it to be a very unpleasant experience. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I think that's why it can feel so unpleasant to so many women at first. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There was an unpleasant atmosphere and we were an unhappy team. For Love or Money (2006)You can learn valuable lessons from unpleasant people too. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What do we do when we feel intensely unpleasant emotions? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Why do the lavatories always smell unpleasant? Times, Sunday Times (2010)They make me want to curl up with embarrassment and shame to be reading something so unpleasant. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The payments were for officers undertaking difficult or extremely unpleasant duties. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There was a time when people were very unpleasant to him. The Sun (2011)Chill winds from the northeast will bring an unpleasant feel to the day. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What should you do if your boss often comes into work smelling unpleasant? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Most people who give disputed evidence in court find it a deeply stressful and unpleasant experience. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is hard not to think there was something unpleasant afoot. Times, Sunday Times (2013) People being unnecessarily unpleasant to each other. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The door is open and an unfamiliar but not unpleasant smell hangs in the air. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was an unpleasant experience feeling like that. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But the end is rushed and there is something unpleasant about watching organised violence. The Sun (2009)The symptoms can be uncomfortable, unpleasant and serious. Beat Jet Lag - arrive alert and stay alert (1991)It's uncomfortable and unpleasant and you can smell the burning. The Sun (2011)He's extremely unpleasant but he knows how to present a front to the world. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They may feel unpleasant, but they are actually good for you. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect (2003)If the atmosphere on the plane was unpleasant, the atmosphere in Prague was poisonous. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Although England denied this, the rift contributed towards an unpleasant atmosphere around the tour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'unpleasant'
British English: unpleasant /ʌnˈplɛznt/ ADJECTIVE
If something is unpleasant, it gives you bad feelings, for example by making you feel upset or uncomfortable.
The symptoms of a cold can be uncomfortable and unpleasant.
- American English: unpleasant
- Arabic: غَيْرُ لَطِيف
- Brazilian Portuguese: desagradável
- Chinese: 使人不愉快的
- Croatian: neprijatan
- Czech: nepříjemný
- Danish: ubehagelig
- Dutch: onplezierig
- European Spanish: desagradable grosero
- Finnish: epämiellyttävä
- French: désagréable
- German: unangenehm
- Greek: δυσάρεστος
- Italian: spiacevole
- Japanese: 不愉快な
- Korean: 불쾌한
- Norwegian: ubehagelig
- Polish: nieprzyjemny
- European Portuguese: desagradável
- Romanian: neplăcut
- Russian: неприятный
- Spanish: desagradable
- Swedish: otrevlig
- Thai: ไม่สนุก ไม่ราบรื่น
- Turkish: hoş olmayan
- Ukrainian: неприємний
- Vietnamese: khó chịu
Definition of unpleasant from the Collins English Dictionary
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