Translation of ill-judged in Spanish:


poco prudente, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɪl ˈˌdʒədʒd///


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    poco prudente
    poco sensato
    • One ill-judged comment or rash action and your career is finished.
    • If customers boycott Tesco because of this ill-judged decision, they may well back down.
    • Monitoring these very personal choices in order to identify ill-judged or improper conception decisions would be condemned as an unacceptably intrusive abuse of state power.
    • I thought it ugly, ill-conceived, badly assembled and completely ill-judged.
    • He has a PR man and a media advisor but his decision to have a weekly column in the Record was ill-judged.
    • This foolish and ill-judged ambition would eventually kill him.
    • Most academics and most AUT members will oppose this ill-judged decision.
    • Even in the wake of September's atrocities, such an approach must be seen for what it is - ill-judged, counter-productive in the longer term and wholly unacceptable.
    • If we are not careful we will have judges sitting on their benches apologising all day for inconsiderate or intemperate or ill-judged remarks and there won't be any work done.
    • ‘Sending in inspectors into schools is just an ill-judged and insidious attack on the professional integrity of teachers,’ he said.
    • What an ill-judged bill, though - I hope it doesn't go through.
    • Business history is rich in instances of ill-judged decisions, ‘what if's ’, and ‘if only's’.
    • Concrete decisions on vital improvements to the road, rail and air networks have taken decades and too regularly turned out to be an ill-judged compromise between opposing interest groups.
    • Stiffing the UN and threatening retaliation against key Security Council members may have been impolitic and ill-judged.
    • All our government is doing is feeding this culture by its ill-judged proposals to have a law of incitement to religious hatred, which raises the expectation of religious people that they will have their own blasphemy law.
    • Standing rigidly by a decision which is wrong, or ill-judged, is obviously tempting, but in the long term is likely to be counter-productive.
    • And Mary Queen of Scots made a series of ill-judged decisions which led her to the executioner's block in 1587.
    • The initial reaction of the opposition to the savings plan has been hasty and ill-judged.
    • On the other hand his risky and ill-judged decision to appear before the Petrov Royal Commission in 1954 was a significant blunder.
    • During the Cold War, America was mocked for its ill-judged support of dictators because they were ‘our dictators.’