Translation of undue in Spanish:


excesivo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈd(j)u//ʌnˈdjuː/


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    • And that's appropriate because the threat is an urgent one, and we need to act without undue delay.
    • There are numerous complaints about the undue delays there are in planning at the moment.
    • Cllr Joe Dunne said he was concerned at what appears ‘to be an undue delay’ in putting the scheme in place.
    • ‘The minister said that he was anxious to deal with the proposed legislation and was not in favour of undue delay,’ said Mr Walsh.
    • It also gives grounds for caution at the possibility of undue government interference or excessive bureaucratization.
    • Anyone who continues to look at the new environment from an outdated perspective will become embroiled in excessive and undue worries.
    • Although I was particularly careful not to name any person, I regret any distress or undue concern that might have been caused to any person.
    • This follows a landmark European Court ruling that governments must now pay for their citizens' medical treatment abroad if there is undue delay providing it at home.
    • Serious problems usually result from undue delay in seeing a doctor.
    • It was characterised by an excessive and even undue respect for authority and authoritarianism.
    • When we finally started to make inroads and become popular, there was so much, at least as far as the band was concerned, undue attention being paid to my stuff.
    • Society as a whole has placed undue and excessive trust in the ability of political measures to solve the problems of the Aborigines.
    • Voluntary organisations such as Civil Defence also need call-out plans to bring personnel in from their everyday activities in an effective manner and without undue delay.
    • Meaney suggested that the Board examine the possibility of buying services from the private sector in cases where there was undue delay.
    • Given the type of congestion we have experienced, undue delay in providing the roads needed would be a recipe for a real nightmare scenario.
    • They did not anticipate any undue delay in meeting the council's request and expected that the council's deliberations would be concluded soon after the provision of the information.
    • They impose excess burdens through undue discouragement of such investment.
    • Where there is abundance of food, excessive eating and undue weight gain are not uncommon, although there is in fact a normal physiological tendency to lay down more fat stores in the earlier months.
    • Overpopulation and rampant species loss are ‘unfounded or undue concerns.’
    • He also called for cancer services in Ireland to be put ‘on a par with the rest of Europe and the world without any undue delay.’