English translation of अनुचित
अनुचितPowered by COBUILD /anucita/
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/anucita, anucit, nucita, nucit, anuchita, anuchit, nuchita, nuchit/
1. foul adjective
If you describe something as foul, you mean it is dirty and smells or tastes unpleasant.
2. illicit adjective
An illicit activity or substance is not allowed according to the law or to social customs.
⇒ ...the illicit trade in weapons.
3. improper adjective
Improper activities are illegal or dishonest. [formal]
⇒ Mr Matthews maintained that he had done nothing improper.
4. improper adjective before noun
Improper conditions or methods of treatment are not suitable or adequate for a particular purpose.
⇒ Improper use of this medicine could lead to a dangerous reaction.
5. improper adjective
If you describe someone's behaviour as improper, you mean that it is rude or shocking. [old-fashioned]
6. incorrect adjective
Something that is incorrect is wrong or untrue.
⇒ The findings were based on incorrect data.
7. raw (in phrases)
If you say that you are getting a raw deal, you mean that you are being treated unfairly. [informal]
8. undue adjective before noun
If you describe something bad as undue, you mean that it is greater or more extreme than you think is reasonable.
⇒ We do not wish to cause any undue suffering.
9. unethical adjective
If you describe someone's behaviour as unethical, you think it is morally wrong. [formal]
⇒ It is unethical to record people's conversations without telling them.
10. unfair adjective
Something that is unfair is not right or not just.
⇒ It was unfair that he suffered so much.
11. unjust adjective
If you describe an action, system, or law as unjust, you think that it treats a person or group badly in a way that they do not deserve.
12. unjustified adjective
If you describe a belief or action as unjustified, you think that there is no good reason for having it or doing it.
⇒ The men listened to a lot of unjustified criticism.
13. unreasonable adjective
An unreasonable decision, action, price, or amount seems unfair and difficult to justify.
14. unreasonable adjective
If you say that someone is being unreasonable, you mean that they are behaving in a way that is not fair or sensible.
15. unwarranted adjective
Something that is unwarranted is not justified or deserved. [formal]
⇒ She was upset by the unwarranted criticism.
16. unworthy adjective
If you say that an action is unworthy of someone, you mean that it is not a nice thing to do and someone with their reputation or position should not do it.
⇒ His behaviour that night was unworthy of a future king.
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Translation of अनुचित from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary