Traducción de unjust en Español:


injusto, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌənˈdʒəst//ʌnˈdʒʌst/


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    (criticism/law/person) injusto
    to be unjust to sb ser injusto con algn
    • What, then, is the function of mistake in the field of restitution on the ground of unjust enrichment?
    • It is the right to exercise their discretion if a law appears unjust in itself or in its application.
    • There is also an unfair and unjust attendance allowance that isn't paid if you're late for work or sick.
    • This agreement of 1215 was the chief defence against unjust and arbitrary rule in England.
    • Of course our answer was that he was an unjust ruler responsible for the death of thousands of people.
    • That is not to deny the importance of the concept of unjust enrichment in the law of this country.
    • I thought about the complexity and integrity of the girls I knew and it struck me as unjust.
    • These new arrivals will make York's already overheated housing market completely unjust.
    • He has concluded that it would not be wrong, unjust or oppressive to do so.
    • We shouldn't break the law, except if you think that the law is unjust and wrong.
    • As a result of this grossly unjust and unfair agreement my state has lost thousands of crores.
    • It is unfair and unjust that so much muddled thinking has informed the debate right from the beginning.
    • A city can be sued for the unjust way it applies a law; it cannot be sued simply for passing it.
    • Even the ones who have received them feel that the whole thing is unfair and unjust.
    • Society is frankly an unjust place and things go wrong but we have to get on with our lives and deal with them.
    • We support this bill as amending one wrong and unjust law on a spectrum of wrong and unjust laws.
    • I know that it is unjust to treat people differently based on their race rather than on their need.
    • What I do object to is having to fork out my tax money to subsidise such idiotic and unjust policies.
    • Even liberals have argued for decades that it can be morally acceptable to break an unjust law.
    • We will be seen as giving our support, in a very public way, to this unjust war.