unwelcome


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un·wel·come

 (ŭn-wĕl′kəm)
adj.
1. Not received with pleasure into one's company or home: an unwelcome guest.
2. Unwanted or disagreeable: was offended by his unwelcome attentions.

unwelcome

(ʌnˈwɛlkəm)
adj
1. (of a person) not welcome
2. causing dissatisfaction or displeasure
unˈwelcomely adv
unˈwelcomeness n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unwelcome - not welcomeunwelcome - not welcome; not giving pleasure or received with pleasure; "unwelcome publicity"; "unwelcome interruptions"; "unwelcome visitors"
unwanted - not wanted; not needed; "tried to give away unwanted kittens"
welcome - giving pleasure or satisfaction or received with pleasure or freely granted; "a welcome relief"; "a welcome guest"; "made the children feel welcome"; "you are welcome to join us"
2.unwelcome - not welcomeunwelcome - not welcome; "unwelcome publicity"  
unwanted - not wanted; not needed; "tried to give away unwanted kittens"

unwelcome

adjective
1. disagreeable, unpleasant, undesirable, distasteful, displeasing, thankless This report will come as unwelcome news to the government.
disagreeable pleasing, acceptable, agreeable, pleasant, desirable unwanted wanted, welcome, popular
2. unwanted, unpopular, undesirable, rejected, excluded, unacceptable, uninvited, unwished for She was deliberately making him feel unwelcome.
unwanted wanted, welcome, popular

unwelcome

adjectivenoun
Translations
غَيْر مَرْغوب فيه أو مُرَحَّب بِه
nežádoucí
uvelkommen
nem szívesen látott v. hallott
óvelkominn
nelūgtsnevēlams
nevítaný
nedobrodošel
hoş karşılanmayanistenilmeyen

unwelcome

[ʌnˈwelkəm] ADJ [news, surprise] → desagradable, poco grato; [visitor, guest, intruder] → poco grato, inoportuno; [visit] → inoportuno; [reminder, advances, attention] → poco grato
the change is not unwelcomeel cambio no nos resulta del todo molesto
I felt unwelcomesentí que allí sobraba
to make sb feel unwelcomehacer que algn sienta que sobra

unwelcome

[ʌnˈwɛlkəm] adj
[visitor, guest] → importun(e)
to feel unwelcome → se sentir de trop
to make sb feel unwelcome → faire sentir à qn qu'il dérange(elle)
[news, attention] → qui n'est pas bienvenu(e)

unwelcome

adj visitorunwillkommen, unerwünscht; news, memoriesunerfreulich, unangenehm; fact, thought, side effect, surpriseunangenehm; reminder, change, publicity, advancesunwillkommen; to make somebody feel unwelcomesich jdm gegenüber abweisend verhalten; the money was not unwelcomedas Geld war höchst willkommen

unwelcome

[ʌnˈwɛlkəm] adj (guest, news) → non gradito/a; (development) → sgradito/a
to feel unwelcome → sentire che la propria presenza non è gradita

unwelcome

(anˈwelkəm) adjective
received unwillingly or with disappointment. unwelcome news/guests; I felt that we were unwelcome.
References in classic literature ?
How provoking it is, my dear Catherine, that this unwelcome guest of yours should not only prevent our meeting this Christmas, but be the occasion of so much vexation and trouble
In the evening the travellers were surprised by an unwelcome visit from several Crows belonging to a different band from that which they recently left, and who said their camp was among the mountains.
Sir Walter Elliot, of Kellynch Hall, in Somersetshire, was a man who, for his own amusement, never took up any book but the Baronetage; there he found occupation for an idle hour, and consolation in a distressed one; there his faculties were roused into admiration and respect, by contemplating the limited remnant of the earliest patents; there any unwelcome sensations, arising from domestic affairs changed naturally into pity and contempt as he turned over the almost endless creations of the last century; and there, if every other leaf were powerless, he could read his own history with an interest which never failed.
There was novelty in the scheme, and as, with such a mother and such uncompanionable sisters, home could not be faultless, a little change was not unwelcome for its own sake.
It was the day next after Mr Brass's confession, and consequently, that which threatened the restriction of Mr Quilp's liberty, and the abrupt communication to him of some very unpleasant and unwelcome facts.
The King now began again to think how he could free himself from his unwelcome guests.
The pockets of the farmers, on the other hand, will reluctantly yield but scanty supplies, in the unwelcome shape of impositions on their houses and lands; and personal property is too precarious and invisible a fund to be laid hold of in any other way than by the inperceptible agency of taxes on consumption.
It is not thus that the Church in its great days dealt with evidence that was unwelcome.
Then our country will be rid of all its unwelcome visitors.
With the recovery of her customary composure came the unwelcome remembrance of the parting words spoken to her by Montbarry's widow:--'We shall meet again--here in England, or there in Venice where my husband died--and meet for the last time.
In those guarded terms Anne opened the interview with the unwelcome visitor, on her side.
Graham,' observed I: 'I must beg you to go on with it; for if you suffer our presence to interrupt you, we shall be constrained to regard ourselves as unwelcome intruders.