1maleducadodescortéshe's so ill-mannered — no tiene modales / educación
- it was very ill-mannered of her — fue muy descortés de su parte
- I found him to be ill-mannered and didn't take to him at all.
- Golf parties are not notoriously rowdy or ill-mannered.
- But many people, however, now celebrate and defend rude, ill-mannered behavior.
- It was quite rude and ill-mannered of you to make them wait on you.
- When Winston Churchill visited Bletchley during the war to make a speech to the codebreakers, he thought they were ill-dressed, ill-mannered and eccentric.