Translation of unsatisfactory in Spanish:


insatisfactorio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənsædəsˈfækt(ə)ri//ˌʌnsatɪsˈfakt(ə)ri/


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    (performance/work) insatisfactorio
    (performance/work) poco satisfactorio
    (performance/work) deficiente
    (outcome/arrangement) insatisfactorio
    (arrangement/outcome) poco satisfactorio
    (explanation) poco convincente
    the theory is unsatisfactory to most scientists la teoría no convence / satisface a la mayoría de los científicos
    • the result is most unsatisfactory el resultado deja mucho que desear
    • Was their design unsatisfactory for the safety of the drivers?
    • Their social, moral and spiritual development is unsatisfactory.
    • It is true that since its opening we have had problems and I have acknowledged that the level of service has been unsatisfactory.
    • For somebody to get four months is absolutely unsatisfactory.
    • It takes courage to make such a joke, to admit that those who died were not paragons but incomplete, unsatisfactory human beings.
    • Never stop the payment of your cheque after it is issued because of unsatisfactory work, without taking legal advice.
    • This is unsatisfactory as my urgent issues remain unanswered.
    • Their inadequacy apart, this is totally unsatisfactory as it takes several minutes to cross from one platform to the other.
    • More than half of the teaching was unsatisfactory, aspects of management were weak and attendance was poor.
    • All in all it's been a boring, unsatisfactory day and, at the end of it, I'm not in the least reluctant to apply head to pillow.
    • It was a thoroughly unsatisfactory way to concede the three points but entirely in keeping with a game that never threatened to catch fire.
    • Essential repairs have been carried out but accommodation was still found to be unsatisfactory in the latest inspection.
    • Water entered through the roof and the water supply was unsatisfactory, being dirty in wet weather and deficient in dry.
    • Her first two collections were very much preoccupied with relationships, most of which were unsatisfactory.
    • Teaching in a third of lessons was graded unsatisfactory or poor, while learning in two fifths of lessons was below standard.
    • Having broken up with a long-term girlfriend, he embarked upon a series of unsatisfactory relationships.
    • Staff leading these lessons were judged unsatisfactory or poor.
    • Property services, which were poor at the last inspection have improved little and remain unsatisfactory.
    • Standards are above average, but achievement is poor as a result of unsatisfactory teaching and attendance.
    • Clearly she still struggles with her emotions about the police and believes their driving in London is unsatisfactory.