Translation of ill-bred in Spanish:

ill-bred

sin educación, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɪlˈbrɛd//ˈɪl ˈˌbrɛd/

adjective

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    sin educación
    maleducado
    • For they are vacuous, ill-bred fools who know less about video games than they do about recording interesting music.
    • I am really quite disturbed by the fanaticism and intolerance shown by these ill-bred youths.
    • People who call others weirdo simply because of their beliefs, are both ill-bred and stupid.
    • Some critics have noted that Cowley may have drawn her idea of Letitia posing as an ill-bred rustic from Oliver Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer, but if she did, she gave the plot device a major twist.
    • It is extremely ill-bred, though extremely common, to press one to eat of anything.
    • Indeed, it is the rudists who have suffered from a singular lack of courtesy from ill-bred geologists, who rejoice in pointing out that rudist masses are not really ‘reefs.’
    • These ill-bred people have to be shot… and we will shoot them.
    • What exactly would make a ill-bred girl such as yourself so blissful?
    • Now you know what it feels like to have your property defiled by ill-bred scum.
    • Somalin yelled, ‘I'm paying for you, ill-bred brat!’
    • Would you be kind enough to go back on deck and tell Kay that I said she's an uncultivated, ill-bred sybarite?
    • We have seen a gentleman at the end of a round dance escort a lady to a seat, retaining his arm about her waist, but he was very verdant, or very ill-bred.
    • He may be right on the issue, but it's so ill-bred for him to bring it up.
    • There are many ill-bred crooks and criminals out there who try to install malicious software and scripts on unsuspecting web surfers.
    • You may insult me because I accept you are ill-bred and ignorant!
    • As a schoolgirl, she was the butt of taunts by ill-bred bullies who railed at her as a ‘retard.’
    • In the eyes of many Chinese, kitchens, especially public ones, can be associated with bloody slaughtering, pungent smells and ill-bred shouting.
    • He makes Eduardo and Hernandez look like the scrappy, ill-bred urchins they are.
    • But she is much mortified by her vulgar grandmother Mme Duval, her ill-bred relatives, and the pursuit of her bold and persistent lover Sir Clement Willoughby.
    • Since ‘any ill-bred person threatened to undermine everyone else's claims to gentility, such rudeness had to be banned from polite social intercourse’.