Translation of antisocial in Spanish:

antisocial

Pronunciation: /ˌæntiˈsəʊʃəl; ˌæntaɪ-; ˌæntiˈsəʊʃəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (offensive to society) antisocial 1.2 (unsociable) poco sociable
    More example sentences
    • The UK government's obsession with tackling antisocial behaviour is making society even more lonely and fragmented.
    • She said the boy had already signed an antisocial behaviour contract, under which police and the authorities monitor his actions closely.
    • In contrast, the antisocial behaviour of children who did not have psychopathic tendencies was mainly influenced by environmental factors.

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