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unconstructive

(ˌʌnkənˈstrʌktɪv)
adj
not constructive
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Adj.1.unconstructive - not constructiveunconstructive - not constructive      
unhelpful - providing no assistance
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unconstructive

adjnicht konstruktiv; this is the most unconstructive suggestion I’ve ever heardeinen so wenig konstruktiven Vorschlag habe ich noch nie gehört
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They are acting unconstructively," said Dombrovskis at a news conference.