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un·com·fort·a·ble

 (ŭn-kŭm′fər-tə-bəl, -kŭmf′tə-, -kŭmf′tər-)
adj.
1. Experiencing physical discomfort.
2. Ill at ease; uneasy.
3. Causing anxiety; disquieting.

un·com′fort·a·ble·ness n.
un·com′fort·a·bly adv.

uncomfortable

(ʌnˈkʌmftəbəl)
adj
1. not comfortable
2. feeling or causing discomfort or unease; disquieting
unˈcomfortableness n
unˈcomfortably adv

un•com•fort•a•ble

(ʌnˈkʌmf tə bəl, -ˈkʌm fər tə-)

adj.
1. causing discomfort or distress; irritating; painful.
2. experiencing discomfort caused by stress or strain; uneasy.
[1585–95]
un•com′fort•a•ble•ness, n.
un•com′fort•a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uncomfortable - conducive to or feeling mental discomfortuncomfortable - conducive to or feeling mental discomfort; "this kind of life can prove disruptive and uncomfortable"; "the uncomfortable truth"; "grew uncomfortable beneath his appraising eye"; "an uncomfortable way of surprising me just when I felt surest"; "the teacher's presence at the conference made the child very uncomfortable"
uneasy - lacking a sense of security or affording no ease or reassurance; "farmers were uneasy until rain finally came"; "uneasy about his health"; "gave an uneasy laugh"; "uneasy lies the head that wears the crown"; "an uneasy coalition government"; "an uneasy calm"; "an uneasy silence fell on the group"
comfortable - free from stress or conducive to mental ease; having or affording peace of mind; "was settled in a comfortable job, one for which he was well prepared"; "the comfortable thought that nothing could go wrong"; "was comfortable in his religious beliefs"; "she's a comfortable person to be with"; "she felt comfortable with her fiance's parents"
2.uncomfortable - providing or experiencing physical discomfortuncomfortable - providing or experiencing physical discomfort; "an uncomfortable chair"; "an uncomfortable day in the hot sun"
comfortable, comfy - providing or experiencing physical well-being or relief (`comfy' is informal); "comfortable clothes"; "comfortable suburban houses"; "made himself comfortable in an armchair"; "the antihistamine made her feel more comfortable"; "are you comfortable?"; "feeling comfy now?"

uncomfortable

adjective
2. painful, awkward, irritating, hard, rough, troublesome, disagreeable, causing discomfort Wigs are hot and uncomfortable to wear constantly.
3. awkward, strained, embarrassing, tense, charged, embarrassed, tickly (informal), unpleasant, uneasy There was another long and uncomfortable silence.

uncomfortable

adjective
1. Characterized by embarrassment and discomfort:
2. Causing discomfort:
Informal: uncomfy.
Translations
غَيْرُ مُرِيحمُريحمُزْعِج، غَيْر مُرْتاح
nepohodlnýnesvůjznepokojený
forlegenubehageligubekvem
epämukava
neudoban
kényelmetlen
óòægilegurórólegur, vandræîalegur
心地よくない
불편한
nepatogiai
neērtssamulsis
nepohodlnýznepokojený
neudoben
obekväm
ไม่สะดวกสบาย
rahatsızsıkılmış
không thoải mái

uncomfortable

[ʌnˈkʌmfətəbl] ADJ
1. (physically) → incómodo
to be/feel uncomfortable [chair, shoes, position] → ser or resultar incómodo; [person] → estar/sentirse incómodo
2. (= uneasy) → incómodo
I had an uncomfortable feeling that someone was watching metenía la incómoda sensación de que alguien me observaba
to be uncomfortable about sthestar incómodo or a disgusto con algo
he's always felt uncomfortable with womensiempre se ha sentido incómodo or a disgusto con las mujeres
to make sb uncomfortablehacer a algn sentirse incómodo, hacer que algn se sienta incómodo
to make life uncomfortable for sbponérselo difícil a algn
there was an uncomfortable silencese produjo un silencio muy incómodo
3. (= worrying) → molesto
it was an uncomfortable dilemmaera una molesta disyuntiva
4. (= disagreeable) [truth, fact] → desagradable

uncomfortable

[ˌʌnˈkʌmftəbəl] adj
[chair, seat, bed, journey, shoes, clothes] → inconfortable
The seats are rather uncomfortable → Les sièges sont plutôt inconfortables.
(= feeling physical discomfort) [person] → mal à l'aise
(= uneasy) → mal à l'aise
(= causing unease) [situation] → inconfortable

uncomfortable

adj
unbequem; chair, positionungemütlich, unbequem; I feel uncomfortable sitting like thises ist unbequem so zu sitzen; if the room is too hot it’ll make you feel uncomfortablewenn das Zimmer zu heiß ist, fühlt man sich nicht wohl; I feel uncomfortable in this jacketin dieser Jacke fühle ich mich nicht wohl; it feels uncomfortablees ist unbequem
(= uneasy) feelingunangenehm, ungut; silence (= awkward)peinlich; (= nerve-racking)beklemmend; to feel uncomfortablesich unbehaglich fühlen, sich nicht wohlfühlen; I felt uncomfortable about it/about doing itich hatte ein ungutes Gefühl dabei, mir war nicht wohl dabei; he looked uncomfortableer sah aus, als ob er sich unbehaglich fühlte; he was uncomfortable in that jober fühlte sich in dieser Stelle nicht wohl; they make me feel uncomfortablein ihrer Gegenwart fühle ich mich unbehaglich; to put somebody in an uncomfortable positionjdn in eine heikle Lage bringen; he is uncomfortable with the idea of having no controlihm ist nicht wohl bei der Vorstellung, die Dinge nicht unter Kontrolle zu haben
(= unpleasant) truth, fact, time, positionunerfreulich; we could make things uncomfortable for you (euph)wir können ungemütlich werden

uncomfortable

[ʌnˈkʌmftəbl] adj
a. (person, chair) → scomodo/a; (afternoon) → poco piacevole; (situation) → sgradevole
to have an uncomfortable time → passare un brutto quarto d'ora
to make life uncomfortable for sb → rendere la vita difficile a qn
b. (uneasy, embarrassed) → a disagio, non a proprio agio
to make sb feel uncomfortable → mettere qn a disagio
I had an uncomfortable feeling that ... → ho avuto la sgradevole sensazione che...

uncomfortable

(anˈkamfətəbl) adjective
1. not relaxed. He looked uncomfortable when she mentioned marriage.
2. producing a bad physical feeling. That's a very uncomfortable chair.
unˈcomfortably adverb

uncomfortable

غَيْرُ مُرِيح nesvůj ubehagelig unbequem άβολος incómodo epämukava inconfortable neudoban scomodo 心地よくない 불편한 oncomfortabel ubekvem niewygodny desconfortável неудобный obekväm ไม่สะดวกสบาย rahatsız không thoải mái 不舒服的

uncomfortable

a. incómodo-a, molesto-a, inquieto.

uncomfortable

adj incómodo
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Round shoulders had Jo, big hands and feet, a flyaway look to her clothes, and the uncomfortable appearance of a girl who was rapidly shooting up into a woman and didn't like it.
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The night seemed very long, and it was a most uncomfortable one, because of the shock and exertions through which the party had passed.
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Such old foxes as Chingachgook and myself are not often caught in a barrow with one hole," said Hawkeye, laughing; "you can easily see the cunning of the place--the rock is black limestone, which everybody knows is soft; it makes no uncomfortable pillow, where brush and pine wood is scarce; well, the fall was once a few yards below us, and I dare to say was, in its time, as regular and as handsome a sheet of water as any along the Hudson.
It was an uncomfortable sensation that left him restless because, as he appreciated, it needed expression, an outlet.
Here let me observe, that for some time we had experienced the most uncomfortable weather as a prelibation of our future sufferings.
It is an airy and comfortable room as any one need wish, and, of course, I would not be so silly as to make him uncomfortable just for a whim.
It was but of brief continuance, however; soon leaving him in a quiescent, and, to judge by his countenance, not an uncomfortable state.
In spite of this timidity-- which the child herself, in the oddest way in the world, had been perfectly frank and brave about, allowing it, without a sign of uncomfortable consciousness, with the deep, sweet serenity indeed of one of Raphael's holy infants, to be discussed, to be imputed to her, and to determine us-- I feel quite sure she would presently like me.
The act of paying is perhaps the most uncomfortable infliction that the two orchard thieves entailed upon us.