Translation of disreputable in Spanish:

disreputable

de dudosa reputación, adj.

Pronunciation /dɪsˈrɛpjʊtəb(ə)l//dɪsˈrɛpjədəb(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1

    (shady)
    (firm/person) de dudosa reputación
    (firm/person) de mala fama
    his disreputable appearance su mal aspecto
    • This allows disreputable drivers to monopolize taxi stands, canceling out chances of customers finding a decent cab to travel home in.
    • He also wrote some not wholly disreputable poetry.
    • The American people have stubbornly refused to fall in with the idea that religion is a disreputable anachronism.
    • Medals can denote honorable deeds as well as ones that are questionable or disreputable.
    • He encouraged even disreputable women to interact with him.
    • The exploitation of sectarian disputes within a movement to discredit its members is time-honored and disreputable.
    • And far be it from me to make the same disreputable charge in reverse.
    • I wish to make it clear that I do not for one moment suggest that any member of the board is or has been guilty of any dishonesty or disreputable comment.
    • One day, his disreputable and drunken manservant appeared at table in a yellow coat.
    • The council and the police are trying to get rid of disreputable doormen, and this needs to be done.
    • If she went in the back, she might come across some of the more disreputable characters that would turn her act into a reality.
    • This is truly disgusting stuff - morally despicable and professionally disreputable.
    • All of these things must surely point to him being one of the most thoroughly disreputable fellows ever to appear on the British stage, before he even opened his mouth.
    • The problem is severest for women, who in Colombia are held in contempt or deemed disreputable for working at all.
    • For other sports, cricket makes for a perfectly disreputable villain.
    • He said it was worth considering licensing private military companies to encourage reputable ones and eliminate disreputable operators.
    • The other is a chronic underachiever, undependable, disreputable, a thoroughly wild child.
    • Some economists do, however, take sides in a most disreputable way.
    • Lane, a somewhat disreputable character, did not turn up to defend himself, and was excommunicated.
    • I see any business or charity that needs to use unsolicited bulk emails as a means of marketing itself, tends to be a disreputable organisation.
  • 2

    (seedy)
    (nightclub/district) de mala fama
  • 3

    (discreditable)
    (action/conduct) vergonzoso