tactlessly


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tact·less

 (tăkt′lĭs)
adj.
Lacking or exhibiting a lack of tact; bluntly inconsiderate or indiscreet.

tact′less·ly adv.
tact′less·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.tactlessly - without tact; in a tactless manner; "at the moment of the murder, he is standing in front of television cameras and talking tactlessly"
tactfully - showing tact or tactfulness; in a tactful manner; "he stepped tactfully in to prevent trouble"
Translations
بِدون لَباقَه
hrubě
meî óháttvísi
patavatsızca

tactlessly

[ˈtæktlɪslɪ] ADVcon poco tacto

tactlessly

[ˈtæktləsli] advsans tact

tactlessly

advtaktlos

tactlessly

[ˈtæktlɪslɪ] advsenza tatto

tact

(tӕkt) noun
care and skill in one's behaviour to people, in order to avoid hurting or offending them. He showed tact in dealing with difficult customers.
ˈtactful adjective
showing tact. a tactful person; tactful behaviour.
ˈtactfully adverb
ˈtactfulness noun
tactless adjective
without tact. a tactless person/remark.
ˈtactlessly adverb
ˈtactlessness noun
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