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unpalatable
American English: /ˌənˈpælədəb(ə)l/
British English: /ʌnˈpalətəb(ə)l/

Translation of unpalatable in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (food/drink)
    de sabor desagradable
    Example sentences
    • Where this turn of the story tastes unpalatable is the assumption that politicians win only by using muscle power.
    • However, if you find the taste so unpalatable that you don't drink it, then you need to do something to make it more drinkable.
    • During the first trial, we waited until the bird ate both items to make sure that each bird at least tasted an unpalatable prey item.
    1.2
    (fact/idea/truth)
    difícil de digerir or aceptar
    Example sentences
    • This is a very difficult pill for families to swallow, but in this as in many other such cases, we will have to accept a very unpalatable fact: peace does not come easy.
    • And sometimes you have to choose between a range of difficult, even unpalatable, alternatives.
    • It was a report that challenged conventional views on Zimbabwe, an unpalatable story that raises difficult questions people don't want to hear.

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