Translation of unwelcome in Spanish:

unwelcome

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈwelkəm/

adj

  • [visit] inoportuno; [guest] inoportuno, poco grato; [news] desagradable, poco grato; [suggestion] inoportuno, fuera de lugar we were made to feel unwelcome nos hicieron sentir que estábamos de más this extra cash is not unwelcome este dinero extra no nos vendrá mal
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    • A christening was rudely interrupted when some unwelcome guests turned up at the car park of a Hampshire church.
    • They have spent half a century in refugee camps, as Lebanon's unwelcome guests, and long to cross the border and return home.
    • A Wardle company became home to some unwelcome guests over the weekend.
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    • At the University of Michigan he had to fight off the unwelcome attentions of Drew to win the starting quarterback's job.
    • Then, as he finally readied himself on Tuesday morning to meet the Queen, he was greeted by some decidedly unwelcome news.
    • Latin America has suffered the unwelcome attentions of these institutions particularly acutely.

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