English translation of 'scortese'
'scortese' in Other Languages
British English: unfriendly /ʌnˈfrɛndlɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as unfriendly, you mean that they behave in a cruel or hostile way.
The staff in the café are slow and unfriendly.
- American English: unfriendly
- Arabic: غَيْرُ وُديّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: antipático
- Chinese: 不友好的
- Croatian: neprijazan
- Czech: nepřátelský
- Danish: uvenlig
- Dutch: onvriendelijk
- European Spanish: antipático
- Finnish: epäystävällinen
- French: antipathique
- German: unfreundlich
- Greek: αφιλόξενος
- Italian: scortese
- Japanese: 不親切な
- Korean: 불친절한
- Norwegian: uvennlig
- Polish: nieprzyjazny
- European Portuguese: antipático
- Romanian: neprietenos
- Russian: недружелюбный
- Spanish: antipático
- Swedish: ovänlig
- Thai: ไม่เป็นมิตร
- Turkish: düşmanca
- Ukrainian: недружній
- Vietnamese: không thân thiện
British English: impolite ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is impolite, you mean that they are rather rude and do not have good manners.
It is impolite to ask too many questions.
British English: unkind ADJECTIVE
If you are unkind, you behave in an unpleasant and unfriendly way.
All last summer he'd been unkind to her.
Translation of scortese from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary