Sinonimi di unacceptable
too bad to be acceptedShe left her husband because of his unacceptable behaviour.
The inspectors said a third of lessons were unsatisfactory.
off (British, informal), , ,
Playing your music that loud – it's a bit off, isn't it?
I have the most terrible nightmares.
the offensive smell of manure
not on (informal),
They tolerated what they felt was an unpleasant situation.
That remark was inappropriate for such a serious issue.
This report will come as unwelcome news to the government.
Amy's shoes were unsuitable for walking any distance.
A large group of undesirable strangers crashed her party.
an extremely unpleasant and distasteful experience
out of order (informal),
Don't you think that remark was a bit out of order?
obnoxious, , ,
The people at my table were so obnoxious, I had to leave.
It would be unseemly for judges to receive pay increases.
an objectionable, stuck-up young woman
a disagreeable odour
a bit much (informal),
beyond the pale,
His behaviour was beyond the pale.
Evidence presented by the prosecution was judged inadmissible.
a bit off (British, informal), , ,
a bit thick (British, informal)
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in the sense of beyond the pale
outside the limits of social conventionHis behaviour was beyond the pale.
in the sense of disagreeable
(of an incident or situation) unpleasanta disagreeable odour
in the sense of distasteful
unpleasant or offensivean extremely unpleasant and distasteful experience
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