Traducción de unfitting en Español:


impropio, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌənˈfɪdɪŋ//ʌnˈfɪtɪŋ/


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    • In Kyoto, the traditionalists fought against his design as unfitting for Japan's ancient spiritual center.
    • But it was like a glowing reminder of the beautiful boy who'd once worn it so proudly, an unfitting tribute to all that the world had lost.
    • Nonetheless, it seems that the millennia-old roundhouse, within the course of a single century, came to be seen as socially unfitting, and that everyone who could, rebuilt their houses in an altogether new way.
    • There's something not quite unfitting about Microsoft relocating people to Europe's last dictatorship.
    • The remote village in Nalgonda district is an almost unfitting backdrop for the swank school building.
    • The traditional, elaborate individual memorialisation of death was seen as unfitting, over the top and irrelevant.
    • It seemed so unfitting, such beauty residing here.
    • It seems unfitting as a gift from one stranger to another.
    • The youth groups planned to ‘sweep’ books they deem unfitting from bookstore shelves and destroy them.
    • These personal attacks are unfitting for a president, and unacceptable for a world leader.
    • It's barbaric and unfitting of a young lady like you.
    • It's an unfitting end to Catlett's 30-year career.
    • That is a most unfitting name for such a wonderful beast.
    • This is why many of my people see humans as unfitting leaders.
    • It was a tawdry and unfitting end, for both sides.
    • Quickly shaking my head, I tried to throw those unfitting thoughts out of my head.
    • Even if they say homosexual conduct is unfitting for a Catholic, they have no right to impose that on the nation.
    • He was a warrior, but there was something overwhelmingly human, and somewhat unfitting, about his noticeably large heart.
    • Perhaps Masaccio inserted the least creditable event in St Julian's life as a warning against reckless anger, yet it seems unfitting in an altarpiece partly in the saint's honour.
    • Jinx grew up knowing that Sir Irwin cared for him, and that most other humans thought it strange and unfitting for a knight to keep such a pet.