Tradução de Francês de unfair
[person, comment, criticism, decision, treatment] injuste
[competition, tactics, trial] déloyal(e)
The whole academic system is unfair. C’est tout le système académique qui est injuste.
to have an unfair advantage bénéficier d’un avantage déloyal
to be unfair to sb [person] être injuste envers qn ⧫ être injuste avec qn; [system, situation] être injuste envers qn
You were very unfair to them. Vous avez été très injuste envers eux. ⧫ Vous avez été très injuste avec eux.
It’s unfair to girls. C’est injuste envers les filles.
it’s unfair that ... il n’est pas juste que (+ subj) ...
it’s unfair to do sth il est injuste de faire qch
It is unfair to generalize. Il est injuste de généraliser.
it’s unfair for sb to do sth il est injuste que qn fasse qch
It would be unfair for us to have to pay twice. Il serait injuste que nous ayons à payer deux fois.
It is unfair for him to be punished twice. Il est injuste qu’il soit puni deux fois.
it’s unfair of sb to do sth c’est injuste de la part de qn de faire qch
It would be unfair of me to name him. Il serait injuste de ma part de le nommer.
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This may be an unfair criticism.The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
It would be unfair to accuse them of selling snake oil.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
This inevitably leads to disputes as some businesses look to gain an unfair commercial advantage.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Britain has a grotesquely unfair education system.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
But ITV producers refused to allow him on over fears it will give him an unfair advantage.The Sun (2009)
Computer games come under a lot of unfair criticism for destroying the fabric of family life.The Sun (2009)
Do their students get an unfair advantage in the music industry?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Does that give you an unfair advantage?The Sun (2016)
The manufacturer says the criticism is unfair.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The rapper thinks it is unfair competition.The Sun (2011)
You find a tactful way to change an unfair family situation.The Sun (2013)
You say that your boss's comments were unfair.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
And it wasn't unfair criticism.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
But it would be unfair to ask him to do something he feels uncomfortable with or would struggle to do.The Sun (2013)
First of all, he has had an extra day to rest and recover because of the distinctly unfair system of staggering the semifinals one day after another.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
It seems unfair to ask any more of life.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It's unfair to comment on the reds.The Sun (2013)
This wasn't about trying to find a way to gain an unfair advantage.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Trying to get an unfair advantage?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
She cannot bear any bleating about rich students getting an unfair advantage.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Your reaction to unfair situations is to battle them.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Fans want efforts to be recognised She also says the honours system is unfair because she gets recognised for her work but a lollipop lady doesn't.The Sun (2017)
His comments are very unfair.The Sun (2014)
It is unfair to accuse women of lacking morals while a man is somehow hailed as a stud.The Sun (2015)
Its basic premise is that the system is inherently unfair.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
MPs have also spoken out against the unfair adoption system and are campaigning for a public inquiry.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
One lawyer said: 'Some people might think that this gives him an unfair advantage in the dispute.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
She was also once made to take drugs to suppress her testosterone amid claims it gave her an unfair advantage.The Sun (2017)
The criticism was unfair, or at least premature.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The judges claim that this gives the dog an unfair advantage in competitions and want the dog to be banned.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
They are given an unfair advantage against decent young bands who actually can play instruments.The Sun (2010)
They argue that relatively low wages in Germany mean that they face unfair competition.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
We are clamping down on unfair competition.The Sun (2013)
We Arabs are accused of being unfair to our women.A Rock and a Hard Place (1994)
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Inglês Britânico: unfair /ʌnˈfɛə/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is unfair is not right or not just.
It was unfair that he suffered so much.
- Inglês Americano: unfair
- Árabe: جَائِر
- Português Brasileiro: injusto
- Chinês: 不公平的
- Croata: nepošteno
- Tcheco: nespravedlivý
- Dinamarquês: uretfærdig
- Holandês: oneerlijk
- Espanhol Europeu: injusto
- Finlandês: epäoikeudenmukainen
- Francês: injuste
- Alemão: unfair
- Grego: άδικος
- Italiano: ingiusto
- Japonês: 不公平な
- Coreano: 불공평한
- Norueguês: urettferdig
- Polonês: niesprawiedliwy
- Português Europeu: injusto
- Romeno: nedrept
- Russo: несправедливый
- Espanhol: injusto
- Sueco: orättvis
- Tailandês: ไม่ยุติธรรม
- Turco: haksız
- Ucraniano: нечесний
- Vietnamita: không công bằng
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