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inconvenient
American English: /ˌɪnkənˈvinjənt/
British English: /ɪnkənˈviːnɪənt/

Translation of inconvenient in Spanish:

adjective

  • (moment)
    poco conveniente
    (position)
    poco práctico
    I hope it's not too inconvenient for you
    espero que no le cause muchos inconvenientes or muchas molestias
    would it be inconvenient for me to come tomorrow?
    ¿le resultaría inconveniente que viniera mañana?
    ¿le vendría mal que viniera mañana?
    Example sentences
    • These people often cause trouble by creating work that is difficult, inconvenient and disturbing.
    • Perhaps so much so that the actual historical evidence is somewhat troublesome and inconvenient.
    • This has proved to be both inconvenient and embarrassing to the mayor.

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