English translation of अनैतिक
अनैतिकPowered by COBUILD /anaitika/
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/anaitika, anaitik, naitika, naitik/
1. immoral adjective
If you describe someone or their behaviour as immoral, you mean that their behaviour is morally wrong. ⇒ Terrorism is illegal and immoral.
2. scandalous adjective
Scandalous behaviour or activity is considered immoral and shocking.
3. sordid adjective
If you describe someone's behaviour as sordid, you mean that it is immoral or dishonest. ⇒ I don't want to hear the sordid details of their relationship.
4. 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.
5. unscrupulous adjective
If you describe a person as unscrupulous, you are critical of the fact that they are prepared to act in a dishonest or immoral way in order to get what they want.
6. wicked adjective
You use wicked to describe someone or something that is very bad in a way that is deliberately harmful to people. ⇒ She described the shooting as a wicked attack.
7. wrong (in phrases)
If someone who is involved in an argument or dispute is in the wrong, they have behaved in a way which is morally or legally wrong.
8. wrong adjective after link verb
If you say that something someone does is wrong, you mean that it is bad or immoral. ⇒ She was wrong to leave her child alone. ⇒ We don't consider we did anything wrong.
9. wrong adjective after link verb
If you say that there is something wrong, you mean that there is something unsatisfactory about the situation, person, or thing you are talking about. ⇒ Pain is the body's way of telling us that something is wrong. ⇒ The relationship felt wrong from the start. ⇒ What's wrong with him?
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Translation of अनैतिक from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary