unpunctuality


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unpunctuality

(ˌʌnpʌŋktjʊˈælɪtɪ)
n
the quality of not doing something or arriving somewhere at the right time
Translations

unpunctuality

[ˈʌnˌpʌŋktjʊˈælɪtɪ] Nfalta f de puntualidad, atraso m

unpunctuality

References in classic literature ?
Their remoteness and unpunctuality, or their exorbitant charges and frauds, will be drawing forth bitter lamentations."
Johnson is reported to have said, --"If the child says he looked out of this window, when he looked out of that,--whip him." Our American character is marked by a more than average delight in accurate perception, which is shown by the currency of the byword, "No mistake." But the discomfort of unpunctuality, of confusion of thought about facts, of inattention to the wants of to-morrow, is of no nation.
Just look at the startling scenes at Waverley railway station in the capital last weekend when thousands of passengers were caught up in the drama of breakdowns, unpunctuality, trains without crews and not enough carriages.
Reporter: The advantage of local labour force is one of the key considerations for Chinese enterprises seeking to relocate to Pakistan, but some of them have also expressed concern about the quality of Pakistani labour force, such as unpunctuality, less hardworking and so on.
Faced with irregularity and unpunctuality of teaching staff Biometrics verification with the induction of monitoring assistants, must be introduced in schools to verify the attendance of School staff with thumb impressions.
One of the most important rules of proper use of time is to shun unpunctuality. If you are unpunctual, it means your business is not going to be long lasting because may the person waiting for you is punctual and a punctual businessman is not going to wait for the late comers and if he doesn't wait then you are going to miss a precious opportunity.
The Tax Bar Complained of the unpunctuality of the Members of the Tribunals to which the Federal Minister Proposed that the Tribunals should function from 9 am and if this is not observed he would introduce a biometric system to assure timely attendance.
The newly-installed system is likely to significantly improve attendance, discourage unpunctuality, absconding and absenteeism.
She also has to help when there are torn clothes, unpunctuality, if pupils have to phone urgently.
This then removes the standard excuse for unpunctuality, the unrealistic nature of the schedule in the first place.
The personal weaknesses of the owner were projected on to others: inarticulateness, unpunctuality, a controlling need, suspicion and lack of trust were all at one time or another used to subjugate staff.