unpractical


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unpractical

(ʌnˈpræktɪkəl)
adj
another word for impractical
ˌunpractiˈcality, unˈpracticalness n
unˈpractically adv

im•prac•ti•cal

(ɪmˈpræk tɪ kəl)

adj.
1. not practical or useful.
2. incapable of dealing sensibly with practical matters.
3. idealistic.
4. impracticable.
[1860–65]
im•prac`ti•cal′i•ty, im•prac′ti•cal•ness, n.
Translations
غَيْر عَمَلي
nepraktický
upraktisk
nem gyakorlatias
sem hefur ekki verksvit
nepraktisks
nepraktický
eli işe yatkın olmayan

unpractical

[ˈʌnˈpræktɪkəl] ADJ [plan, scheme, idea] → poco práctico; [person] → falto de sentido práctico

unpractical

adjunpraktisch

unpractical

(anˈprӕktikəl) adjective
(of a person) not good at practical tasks. She's so unpractical that she can't even change an electric plug.
References in classic literature ?
Holmes, because I recognized that I am myself an unpractical man and because I am suddenly confronted with a most serious and extraordinary problem.
Honeychurch disapproved of music, declaring that it always left her daughter peevish, unpractical, and touchy.
But there was an unpractical vagueness in their movements throughout the day; neither one of them seemed to consider any question of effectual escape, disguise, or long concealment.
But, Margaret dear, I mean we mustn't be unpractical now that we've come to facts.
He is as beautiful as a weathercock," remarked one of the Town Councillors who wished to gain a reputation for having artistic tastes; "only not quite so useful," he added, fearing lest people should think him unpractical, which he really was not.
He had always hated to hurry to catch railroad trains, and yet he had always caught them; and just so an undue solicitude for "culture" seemed a sort of silly dawdling at the station, a proceeding properly confined to women, foreigners, and other unpractical persons.
Julius Casar' presents the material failure of an unpractical idealist
Of what I should say to the cousins, and of how I should introduce myself into their midst, I did not think at all: the pilgrim spirit was upon me, the unpractical spirit that takes no thought for anything, but simply wanders along enjoying its own emotions.
It will, of course, be said that such a scheme as is set forth here is quite unpractical, and goes against human nature.
Clare,--gay, easy, unpunctual, unpractical, sceptical,--in short,--walking with impudent and nonchalant freedom over every one of her most cherished habits and opinions?
I never inquired who purchased anything; there spoke the unpractical man--to imagine all the world is interested in what interests himself
If the absolutely pure, uncalculating, unpractical spirit of adventure had ever ruled a human being, it ruled this be-patched youth.