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unsociable

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsəʊʃəbəl/

Translation of unsociable in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [person/disposition] insociable, poco sociable, huraño they're an unsociable lot son unos insociables, no son nada sociables he called me at an unsociable hour me llamó a una hora intempestiva
    Example sentences
    • They were serious alcoholics, each consuming a bottle of brandy a day, so Hugh kept them company in the habit of drinking, not to seem unsociable, and enjoyed beating them at ping-pong.
    • You are absolutely the most rude, unsociable, uncivilized person I know!
    • That's the point of me being rude and cold and unsociable.

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