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  1. unkind to [sth] adj (harsh on) duro con algo adj : Cold weather is unkind to your skin. El clima frío es duro con la piel. unkind to [sb/sth] adj + prep (not nice to) tratar mal a loc verb + prep : cruel con adj mf + prep : I hate seeing people being unkind to their pets. Odio ver a la gente tratar mal a sus animales.

  2. Spanish translation of 'unkind' Word Frequency unkind [ʌnˈkaɪnd ] adjective Word forms: comparative unkinder, superlative unkindest 1. (= cruel, nasty) [person] poco amable (stronger) cruel [criticism] duro [remark] cruel [words] desagradable that was very unkind of him eso fue muy poco amable de su parte

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  6. adjective / ʌnˈkaɪnd/ behaving in a mean or unfriendly way desagradable [ masculine-feminine, singular ] poco amable [ masculine-feminine, singular ] tratar mal a alguien unkind comments comentarios desagradables It was unkind of her not to invite you. Fue muy poco amable de su parte que no te invitara. Don’t be so unkind to each other.

  7. unkind. Inglés británico: unkind ADJECTIVE / ʌnˈkaɪnd /. If you are unkind, you behave in an unpleasant and unfriendly way. All last summer he'd been unkind to her. Inglés americano: unkind / ʌnˈkaɪnd /. Portugués brasileño: cruel. Chino: 不仁慈的. Español europeo: poco amable.

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