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uncalled

Saltos de línea: un|called
Pronunciación: /ʌnˈkɔːld
 
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Definición de uncalled en inglés:

adjetivo

1Not summoned or invited: the only love of his young life had come uncalled and overpowering
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Jade, her eyes clouded by sudden and uncalled memories, said, ‘I used to have a sister two years younger than me.’
  • Mr. Hutchings did not himself give evidence, and so I think that I should disregard the evidence of Mr. Hendy where it depended upon the uncalled evidence of Mr. Hutchings.
  • The JAP project inserted itself, uncalled, into the turbulent confluence between natural law and state regulation, and signaled its allegiance to the former.
2 (uncalled for) (Especially of a person’s behaviour) undesirable and unnecessary: uncalled-for remarks
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If true such behaviour was uncalled for but it neither excused Zidane's retaliation nor is likely to have surprised Everton fans.
  • Rudeness is uncalled for and very hard to deal with from people that you don't even know.
  • Heaping blame on each other between the police and the Lusaka City Council over the issue of the Lusaka street vendors is uncalled for and totally unnecessary.
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