unwholesome

unwholesome
unwholesome
tr[ʌn'həʊlsəm]
adjective
1 (climate etc) insalubre, nocivo,-a
2 (morally) malsano,-a, indeseable, depravado,-a
unwholesome [.ʌn'ho:lsəm] adj
1) unhealthy: malsano, insalubre
2) pernicious: pernicioso
3) loathsome: repugnante, muy desagradable
unwholesome
adj.
indeseable adj.
insalubre adj.
malsano, -a adj.
'ʌn'həʊlsəm
adjective
a) (unhealthy) <diet/climate> poco sano or saludable, malsano
b) (unpleasant) <smell/appearance/person> desagradable
['ʌn'hǝʊlsǝm]
ADJ
1) (=unhealthy) [food] poco sano, poco saludable; [air] malsano, poco saludable; [smell] desagradable
2) (morally) [lifestyle, desire, habit] malsano, pernicioso; [thoughts] malsano

to have an unwholesome interest in sth — tener un interés malsano en algo

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['ʌn'həʊlsəm]
adjective
a) (unhealthy) <diet/climate> poco sano or saludable, malsano
b) (unpleasant) <smell/appearance/person> desagradable

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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