Translation of unkind in Spanish:

unkind

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkaɪnd/

adj (-er, -est)

  • 1.1 (unpleasant) poco amable; (cruel) cruel, malo an unkind thought un mal pensamiento that was very unkind of you eso fue muy poco amable de tu parte unkind remarks comentarios (mpl) hirientes I never heard her say an unkind word nunca la oí hacer un comentario desagradable that was a very unkind thing to say to her fue una crueldad decirle eso, fue muy poco caritativo decirle eso it would be unkind to let him suffer sería cruel dejarlo sufrir to be unkind to sb tratar mal a algn detergent is very unkind to your hands los detergentes estropean mucho las manos
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    • Television is brutal and unkind to yesterday's rock stars.
    • You call me in to see, and I explain that it would be unkind to leave it there: it might crawl to the floor; we must take care that no one squashes it.
    • Farmers are always getting the blame for being unkind to the Environment, where in the majority of cases, the farmers are blameless.
    1.2 [climate/weather] inclemente

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