In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(conduct/attitude) poco profesional(attitude/conduct) contrario a la ética profesional
- To start with people are very unfriendly, unprofessional and rude.
- But yesterday Mr Roberts admitted unprofessional and incompetent conduct.
- This isn't sloppy or unprofessional like you may think punk rock must be.
- So much of the time we forget about how professional or unprofessional our appearance is.
- I mean, she even had an unprofessional opening sales pitch.
- There is a temptation to do a bit of gloating about the unprofessional standards of certain accountancy firms.
- She has a recurring dream, she confides, in which she is a sloppy and unprofessional actress.
- How does the committee expect to find suppliers in the future with this unprofessional conduct?
- The media cited that Magistrate Frazer was dismissed for unprofessional conduct.
- It would be shown as a clear illustration of unprofessional conduct on the part of the officer.
- Therefore you need to get in quick while there offering a professional service for an unprofessional fee.
- Many things they may be, but unprofessional and incompetent with money they are not.
- Complaints are mounting about the unprofessional job the contractors are doing.
- Can they not see how unprofessional it is to air their personal bias and grievances in supposed coverage of the Jazz City festival.
- One of the main pitfalls is picking a development partner who is inexperienced and unprofessional.
- Anyway, all of that was the prelude to my slightly unprofessional response to that group this afternoon.
- This was one of the most childish displays of unprofessional conduct I've seen in the media ever.
- Pot-smoking, careless, unprofessional, they seem to deserve all the horrors visited on them.
- I may have said there are people here who are incompetent and unprofessional.
- It is alleged that his actions at the Leeds jail were indecent, unprofessional and an abuse of his professional position.
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