disagreeable


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dis·a·gree·a·ble

 (dĭs′ə-grē′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Not to one's liking; unpleasant or offensive.
2. Having a quarrelsome, bad-tempered manner.

dis′a·gree′a·ble·ness n.
dis′a·gree′a·bly adv.

disagreeable

(ˌdɪsəˈɡriːəbəl)
adj
1. not likable, esp bad-tempered, offensive, or disobliging: disagreeable remarks.
2. not to one's liking; unpleasant: a disagreeable task.
ˌdisaˈgreeableness, ˌdisaˌgreeaˈbility n
ˌdisaˈgreeably adv

dis•a•gree•a•ble

(ˌdɪs əˈgri ə bəl)

adj.
1. contrary to one's taste or liking; offensive; repugnant.
2. unpleasant in manner or nature; surly; grouchy.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French]
dis`a•gree′a•ble•ness, dis`a•gree`a•bil′i•ty, n.
dis`a•gree′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.disagreeable - not to your liking; "a disagreeable situation"
agreeable - conforming to your own liking or feelings or nature; "Is the plan agreeable to you?"; "he's an agreeable fellow"; "My idea of an agreeable person...is a person who agrees with me"- Disraeli; "an agreeable manner"
2.disagreeable - unpleasant to interact with; "a disagreeable old man"
ill-natured - having an irritable and unpleasant disposition
3.disagreeable - not agreeing with your tastes or expectations; "found the task disagreeable and decided to abandon it"; "a job temperamentally unsympathetic to him"
uncongenial, incompatible - not suitable to your tastes or needs; "the uncongenial roommates were always fighting"; "the task was uncongenial to one sensitive to rebuffs"

disagreeable

disagreeable

adjective
Translations
كَريه، مُزْعِج، سَيِّء الطَّبْع
nepříjemný
ubehagelig
ógeîfelldur
hoşa gitmeyentatsız

disagreeable

[ˌdɪsəˈgriːəbl] ADJ
1. (= unpleasant) [experience, task] → desagradable
she was very disagreeable to usnos trató con bastante aspereza
2. (= bad-tempered) [person] → desagradable, antipático; [tone of voice] → malhumorado, áspero
he's rather disagreeable in the morningspor la mañana suele estar de bastante mal humor

disagreeable

[ˌdɪsəˈgriːəbəl] adj
[person] → désagréable
to be disagreeable to sb, to be disagreeable towards sb [person] → être désagréable avec qn, être désagréable envers qn
[experience, incident, situation] → désagréable; [smell, colour] → désagréable
to be disagreeable to sb [sight, flavour] → être désagréable à qn

disagreeable

adjunangenehm; personunsympathisch

disagreeable

[ˌdɪsəˈgriːəbl] adj (gen) → spiacevole; (weather) → brutto/a; (person) → antipatico/a; (tone of voice) → sgradevole

disagree

(disəˈgriː) verb
1. (sometimes with with) to hold different opinions etc (from someone else). We disagree about everything; I disagree with you on that point.
2. to quarrel. We never meet without disagreeing.
3. (with with) (of food) to be unsuitable (to someone) and cause pain. Onions disagree with me.
ˌdisaˈgreeable adjective
unpleasant. a disagreeable task; a most disagreeable person.
ˌdisaˈgreeably adverb
ˌdisaˈgreement noun
1. disagreeing. disagreement between the two witnesses to the accident.
2. a quarrel. a violent disagreement.

disagreeable

a. desagradable; ofensivo-a.
References in classic literature ?
Then the many are of another mind; they think that justice is to be reckoned in the troublesome class, among goods which are to be pursued for the sake of rewards and of reputation, but in themselves are disagreeable and rather to be avoided.
Bingley, and he was looked at with great admiration for about half the evening, till his manners gave a disgust which turned the tide of his popularity; for he was discovered to be proud; to be above his company, and above being pleased; and not all his large estate in Derbyshire could then save him from having a most forbidding, disagreeable countenance, and being unworthy to be compared with his friend.
Mary hated their untidy bungalow and was so disagreeable to them that after the first day or two nobody would play with her.
If a woman may ever be said to be in safety from the determined Perseverance of disagreeable Lovers and the cruel Persecutions of obstinate Fathers, surely it must be at such a time of Life.
Modern education includes morality; therefore the modern child seeks only entertainment in its wonder tales and gladly dispenses with all disagreeable incident.
Nevertheless," persisted the Chief of Police, "it was a liberty that must have been very disagreeable, though it may not have hurt.
Now, as both of these gentlemen were industrious in taking every opportunity of recommending themselves to the widow, they apprehended one certain method was, by giving her son the constant preference to the other lad; and as they conceived the kindness and affection which Mr Allworthy showed the latter, must be highly disagreeable to her, they doubted not but the laying hold on all occasions to degrade and vilify him, would be highly pleasing to her; who, as she hated the boy, must love all those who did him any hurt.
And, disagreeable as it was to the princess to seem to take the first step in wishing to make the acquaintance of Madame Stahl,who thought fit to give herself airs, she made inquiries about Varenka, and, having ascertained particulars about her tending to prove that there could be no harm though little good in the acquaintance, she herself approached Varenka and made acquaintance with her.
It awaited the family laggard, who found any sort of inconvenience (to others) less disagreeable than getting up when he was called.
I expected a most disagreeable companion for myself, but could not imagine that my brother would be in the smallest danger of being captivated by a woman with whose principles he was so well acquainted, and whose character he so heartily despised.
In time I grew morose and consciously disagreeable, and resolved in my madness to return to San Francisco the next day.
She had not forgotten the rather disagreeable impression left upon her by their last interview; but she nevertheless felt a desire to see her--above all, to listen while she played upon the piano.