Definition of 'unprofessional'
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And Matt would simply apologise and say he thought I knew, and in such a way that I'd look unprofessional for not having known. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)This kind of thing seems unprofessional to people in the States and Europe. SNOWLINE (2003)If it would be unprofessional of you to say it outright, perhaps you could nod. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
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Used Occasionally. unprofessional is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'unprofessional'
British English: unprofessional ADJECTIVE
If you use unprofessional to describe someone's behaviour at work, you are criticizing them for not behaving according to the standards that are expected of a person in their profession.
He was fired for unprofessional conduct.
- American English: unprofessional
- Brazilian Portuguese: pouco profissional
- Chinese: > 不专业的
- European Spanish: poco profesional
- French: contraire à la déontologieN
- German: unprofessionell
- Italian: non professionale
- Japanese: プロとは思えない
- Korean: 전문가답지 않은
- European Portuguese: pouco profissional
- Spanish: poco profesional
Definition of unprofessional from the Collins English Dictionary
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