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Sens de "inconvenient" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 32 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
inconvenient embarazoso [adj]
inconvenient inoportuno [adj]
inconvenient desacomodado [adj]
inconvenient embarazosa [adj/f]
inconvenient inoportuna [adj/f]
inconvenient desacomodada [adj/f]
inconvenient desconveniente [adj] disused
inconvenient extemporáneo [adj]
inconvenient incomodó [adj]
inconvenient canijo [adj] MX
inconvenient malillero [adj] PE rare
inconvenient desconveniente [adj] disused
inconvenient incómodo [adj]
inconvenient inconvenible [adj] rare
inconvenient inconveniente [adj]
inconvenient inapropiado [adj]
inconvenient incómoda [adj/f]
inconvenient inapropiada [adj/f]
inconvenient molesto [adj]
inconvenient fastidioso [adj]
inconvenient impropio [adj]
inconvenient molesta [adj/f]
inconvenient impropia [adj/f]
inconvenient fastidiosa [adj/f]
Idioms
inconvenient como el que tiene tos y se rasca la barriga
inconvenient como el que tiene tos y se rasca los cojones
inconvenient como tener tos y rascarse la barriga
inconvenient como tener tos y rascarse los cojones
Business
inconvenient inconveniente [adj]
Law
inconvenient poco práctico
Computer
inconvenient intempestivo [adj]
Petrol
inconvenient inconveniente [adj]

Sens de "inconvenient" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 42 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
inconvenient moment deshora [f]
be inconvenient desconvenir [v]
with excessive and inconvenient haste a los apurones [adv] BO PY AR UY
unseasonable or inconvenient time deshora [f]
something which is inconvenient or bothering desconveniencia [f]
something which is inconvenient or bothering inconveniencia [f]
inconvenient answer afeitada [f] PA
inconvenient action desubicación [f] BO PY AR UY CU disused
inconvenient saying desubicación [f] BO PY AR UY CU disused
annoying and inconvenient person plagueona [f] AR:Ne
say or do something unexpected and inconvenient apear [v] CU
become filled or covered, generally toxic or inconvenient cundirse de [v] NI CU CO VE
prevent an inconvenient matter espuelear [v] PR
warn someone about an inconvenient matter espuelear [v] PR
do something inconvenient desubicarse [v] NI DO PE BO PY AR UY CU disused
say something inconvenient desubicarse [v] NI DO PE BO PY AR UY CU disused
filled or covered in something toxic or inconvenient cundido [adj] NI CU DO PR CO VE
filled or covered in something toxic or inconvenient cundió [adj] DO PR
who says or does something inconvenient (person) comemierdería [adj] CU
annoying and inconvenient person plagueón [m] AR:Ne
person who does or says something inconvenient or imprudent zambeque [m] CU
person who says or does something inconvenient comebiblia [m/f] CU
person who says or does something inconvenient comecatibía [m/f] CU
inconvenient and annoying person quitagustos [m/f] EC PE
reckless person who does something inconvenient sambeque [m/f] CU
reckless person who does something inconvenient zambeque [m/f] CU
inconvenient time deshora [f]
remote, inconvenient or unfashionable part of a town desterradero [m]
Idioms
at an inconvenient time a deshora [adv]
at an inconvenient time a deshoras [adv]
put an end to an inconvenient situation dar un parado [v] VE
put an end to an inconvenient situation dar un parón [v] CU
say or do something incorrect or inconvenient tirarse con la guagua andando [v] CU
be inconvenient or offensive azotarse gacho [v] MX
be inconvenient no ser cacha [v] HN
be rude or inconvenient ser un bofe [v] CU
Colloquial
inconvenient action desubique [m] CU AR UY
inconvenient saying desubique [m] CU AR UY
Phrases
at an inconvenient time a deshora
Slang
inconvenient event cagada [f] PA PY AR UY
Law
inconvenient forum tribunal no conveniente
ab inconvenient debido a inconveniencia