English translation of 'indélicat'
Example Sentences Including 'indélicat'
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Alors qu'à Rome on interrogeait le médecin indélicat, un contrôle sanguin surprise a été effectué à Empoli.Le Monde (2002)
Pour éviter la casse et pour pister l'indélicat, Antonio laissera la porte grande ouverte.Le Monde (1999)
Un mot de travers, un geste indélicat, un faux pas et les passions s'enflamment.Marie Claire
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'indélicat' in Other Languages
British English: tactless /ˈtæktlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as tactless, you think what they say or do is likely to offend other people.
Throughout his school life he was tactless and self-centred.
- American English: tactless
- Arabic: غَيْر لَبِق
- Brazilian Portuguese: sem diplomacia
- Chinese: 束手无策的
- Croatian: bez takta
- Czech: netaktní
- Danish: taktløs
- Dutch: tactloos
- European Spanish: falto de tacto
- Finnish: tahditon
- French: indélicat
- German: taktlos
- Greek: χοντροκομμένος
- Italian: indelicato
- Japanese: 機転のきかない
- Korean: 재치 없는
- Norwegian: taktløs
- Polish: nietaktowny
- European Portuguese: sem diplomacia
- Romanian: lipsit de tact
- Russian: бестактный
- Spanish: falto de tacto
- Swedish: taktlös
- Thai: ปราศจากยุทธวิธี
- Turkish: patavatsız
- Ukrainian: нетактовний
- Vietnamese: không lịch thiệp
Translation of indélicat from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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