Traducción de unfit en español:

unfit

Pronunciación: /ʌnˈfɪt//ˌənˈfɪt/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (unsuitable)
    she is a totally unfit mother como madre es totalmente inepta / incapaz
    • he was unfit for the job no estaba capacitado para el trabajo
    • unfit for human habitation inhabitable
    • unfit for human consumption no apto para el consumo
    • this is unfit for publication esto es impublicable
    • he's unfit to be a priest es indigno de ser sacerdote
    • Homeless people are usually unfit for any type of labor that doesn't require drunkenly swaying from side to side and ranting incoherently.
    • In a report, officers said many of the council's buildings were ‘of a poor standard, unattractive to young people, and some are unfit for purpose’.
    • The 51-year-old has been told by a West Yorkshire police medical officer that he is unfit for front line duties.
    • While the batters exhibited marked improvements in temperament, they are still unfit for the long haul.
    • There are some people that think they are unfit for the kingdom of God.
    • Kenneth Grant, prosecuting, said Peterson had been claiming income support and housing and council tax benefits after declaring she was unfit for work.
    • In fact, by international standards, it is unfit for human consumption because of its high acidity.
    • Option three would mean the staining of low risk red meat by-products on the grounds that they too were unfit for human consumption and could be fraudulently diverted into the human food chain.
    • Until I was 11 years old we lived next door to the surgery, which was purpose built although rather unfit for its function.
    • There's no question that Scottish children are eating meat that is unfit for human consumption and potentially dangerous.
    • Glasgow City Council's secure unit in Ayrshire is ageing and unfit for its purpose.
    • If they are over the drink-drive limit they are unfit for duty.
    • We all know that lakes Rotorua and Taupo are seriously degenerating, with algal blooms in some places and water quality that is unfit for human contact.
    • The complainant explained that the sheep had recently been wormed and vaccinated so the meat is unfit for human consumption.
    • An estimated 60,000 children in Yorkshire and Humberside are living in homes classified as being unfit for human habitation, a leading housing charity has warned.
    • The same runoff going into the river, diluted with 73 percent less water, would have seriously deteriorated water quality until it was unfit for human contact.
    • The quantity and quality of the food intake make them totally unfit for studies or sports.
    • If that's what Costa wants, he's unfit for office.
    • Jenny Macklin, yesterday demonstrated that - like her hospitalised leader - she is unfit for high office.
    • Little extra comment is required beyond observing that anyone who believes that the simple election of a Labour government in itself transforms a country are themselves clearly unfit for office.
    • He just lost a job he was unfit for in the first place.
    • I could see nothing in the state of the club that would have allowed him to declare it unfit for play under the current rules.
    • They accepted the findings of a psychiatrist that she was unfit for work, and would be for some time to come.
    • Shuttleworth had claimed benefit saying she was unfit for work, but had been working when she made her claim.
    • The manner of Hollingworth's departure offers resounding evidence that he was unfit for the position.
    • It's likely that in the European Parliament, the U.S. president would be considered unfit for his job on account of his religious beliefs.
    • They advised the farmers to use canal water as the underground water was unfit for agriculture purpose.
    • The container was unfit for its intended purpose, having no internal door handle or other means of escape and no external light or other means of drawing attention to the emergency.
    • The former clerk of a small town council who was paid more than a Cabinet Minister was ordered to repay £195,000 yesterday after a judge told him he was unfit for public office.
    • This conduct was outrageous and confirms he is demonstrably unfit for office.
    • He is unfit for the office he holds and should be called on the mat before Congress for this outrage.
    • In August, the landlord removed the entire stairwell, prompting City of Montreal building inspectors to declare her apartment unfit for habitation.
    • It means the cockle quality has never been tested so the molluscs are deemed unfit for human consumption.
    • This is why he can eat food that others often deem is unfit for human consumption, and still find it delicious.
    • Instead, the official said, the marines had apparently broken UN seals of containers of low-grade uranium that the Iraqis had been allowed to keep because it was unfit for weapons use.
    • It is because we can see how they run their own party and how they respond to such crises, that we can see that they are unfit for office.
    • ‘It is unfit for human habitation and is being boarded up on the grounds of public health,’ said the 35-year-old.
    • The Pentagon today acknowledged that nearly all Iraqi military and police units are simply unfit for battle against insurgents without U.S. help.
    • As a doctor, I am often asked why people buy computer hardware that turns out to be totally unfit for the purpose for which it was obtained.
    • Farmers had been using underground water to irrigate cotton and paddy crops even though underground water was unfit for agricultural use due to high fluoride contents.
  • 2

    (physically)
    you're unfit no estás en forma
    • the doctor declared him unfit for work el médico dictaminó que estaba incapacitado para trabajar
    • he was unfit to drive no estaba en condiciones de manejar
    • This is why a fit person can do more exercise without getting breathless than an unfit person can.
    • The lower ranges are for unfit or frail persons who are just beginning an exercise program.
    • While physically unfit people can bowl high scores, they're not the ones who master the game and last.
    • This is a result of an unhealthy lifestyle, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, smoking and being physically unfit.
    • As to the form of exercise, it is clearly undesirable for an unfit person to leap straight into short-term, high-intensity activity.
    • And there was me, overweight, unfit, in my old clothes.
    • He's a Chilean hero, cruelly held here for more than a year, in squalor, against his will, while mentally weak and physically unfit.
    • Diabetes can run in families but can also be developed, particularly by the elderly, and people who are overweight and unfit.
    • I really think I need to do some exercise, at the moment I'm seriously unfit.
    • The federal government is concerned with an epidemic of overweight, unfit Canadians.
    • And when we're at home, according to Colm, we're overweight, unfit, drink too much and the weather is lousy.
    • There has been for some time, a general consensus that ‘large’ people are unfit, unhealthy, fat and slobby because they eat too much.
    • I've reversed my deterioration into becoming a mid-30s bloater, and am now merely slightly overweight and unfit.
    • Seven backpackers briefly detained along with the eight taken by the rebels said they were allowed to go because they were physically unfit or lacked sturdy walking shoes.
    • There are three common reasons for a player being weary: the player is sick, didn't sleep or is physically unfit.
    • Physically unfit women at unhealthy weights have higher chronic disease risk.
    • But I don't think there is a great need for gnashing and wailing of teeth over people like me who are slightly overweight, slightly unfit.
    • It's not usually dangerous, but it can be if someone is unfit and has an existing condition or already has a bowel condition.
    • Jocks respect physical prowess and look down on unfit people for being weak and lazy.
    • Alabama is one of the leaders in numbers of overweight and unfit people.