Translation of irresponsible in Spanish:


irresponsable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɪ(r)rəˈspɑnsəb(ə)l//ɪrɪˈspɒnsɪb(ə)l/


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    • But since this was such a high profile case, the judge did not want to seem irresponsible.
    • Call him irresponsible if you want, but Charlie Ford is going to ride around.
    • I consider this crop circle story an example of very irresponsible reporting.
    • But I do believe it was a little irresponsible on our part.
    • Again, it must be associated with abnormally aggressive or seriously irresponsible conduct.
    • Professor Coates's critics have called him irresponsible for declaring his personal decision.
    • But what the BJP is doing now is totally irresponsible behaviour.
    • Perhaps they could be put to work decorating old buildings reclaimed from irresponsible owners.
    • The letters and calls that hit the paper complained of irresponsible journalism.
    • By contrast, socially irresponsible companies will gradually be abandoned and lose orders as well.
    • Of course they can be dangerous if used by criminals or the criminally irresponsible.
    • The intention of the opposition parties to boycott the poll is irresponsible in the extreme.
    • Card firms should stop sending unsolicited credit-card cheques to cardholders, which MPs regard as wholly irresponsible lending.
    • We are appalled at the irresponsible attitude you have displayed in condoning such anti-social behaviour.
    • "That's an instance of irresponsible behaviour by the management of a pub.
    • I think they are evading their responsibility in a grossly irresponsible way.
    • To have conducted the investigation in any other manner would have been grossly irresponsible.
    • What is being negated, in a totally irresponsible manner, is the uniqueness of the atomic bomb.
    • "The judge called us highly irresponsible and if I was in his position I would have done the same.
    • And additional spending of that nature is seen to be fiscally irresponsible.