unwelcoming

unwelcoming

(ʌnˈwɛlkəmɪŋ)
adj
1. censorious (of a person) unfriendly or hostile when approached
2. (of a place) not attractive or difficult to live or work in
Translations

unwelcoming

[ʌnˈwelkəmɪŋ] ADJ [person] → nada simpático, poco cordial; [place] → poco acogedor

unwelcoming

[ʌnˈwɛlkəmɪŋ] adj
[person] (to visitor, guest)peu accueillant(e); [manner] → peu avenant(e)
[house, room] → peu accueillant(e)

unwelcoming

adj mannerabweisend, unfreundlich; host alsoungastlich; placeabweisend, ungastlich
References in classic literature ?
Aunt Polly, Mary, and the Harpers threw themselves upon their restored ones, smothered them with kisses and poured out thanksgivings, while poor Huck stood abashed and uncomfortable, not knowing exactly what to do or where to hide from so many unwelcoming eyes.
DELUDED Donald Trump reckons "real" Brits love him - and the demonstrators on the streets during his visit were just rude and unwelcoming.
As far as Birmingham being perceived as unwelcoming, well, it is certainly right.
In the same forum organized by the Stratbase-ADR Institute for Strategic and International Studies, ADR Institute president Dindo Manhit cautioned the Duterte administration against the 'risks [of] alienating established economic and security partners and creating an unwelcoming environment for foreign investors.'
Durham County Council is preparing a masterplan to reshape Stanley town centre, which planning officers admit is scruffy, its main street a "wind tunnel" and "unsafe and unwelcoming" at night.
Even if all those needs could be addressed, downtown Eugene would still have a chicken-or-the-egg problem: Parts of downtown seem unwelcoming because there are too few people, and those parts draw too few people because they're unwelcoming.
In the planning application to Birmingham City Council Mr Artemis described the building as 'dour, unwelcoming and repressive'.
The "We regret" sections complain about Canadian bishops not being receptive to the need for separation, divorce, and "new religious orientations chosen by family members;" of having a legalistic image; of rigidity and intransigent stands on moral issues; of failing to be open to Communion for the divorced and re-married; of an unwelcoming attitude towards homosexuals; of opposition to general absolution; of refusing to allow married priests; of having a "fear of dialogue with other Churches." Most importantly, they object to the bishops favouring "the unconditional alignment" of our "Canadian Church" with the directives from Rome, and giving "priority to the re-affirmation of dogma and traditional morals" (rather than listening to the people).
Perched on this "nanograss," a liquid encounters nothing but a few unwelcoming pillar tips and usually forms beads, Krupenkin explains (SN: 11/1/03, p.
The survey posits there is a perception that international students find the higher ed climate unwelcoming in the U.S.
But some members were worried about the bunker-like, unwelcoming appearance of the entrance level, and by the way in which the lower part meets the upper.
The greeter that day didn't mean to be unwelcoming to singles, and neither do most churches.