Spanish Word for impertinent  

English Word: impertinent

Spanish Word: deslenguado, impertinente
The Spanish Word for impertinent
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Translated sentences containing 'impertinent'
Don't be impertinent!
¡No sea impertinente!

Anything else is impertinent and obscene!
¡Cualquier otra cosa sería una insolencia y un escándalo!
When I spoke about an ‘academic’ debate on the alternatives, this was not intended to be impertinent.
Cuando he hablado de un debate «académico» sobre las alternativas, no pretendía ser impertinente.
For you to say that Parliament wanted us to take these steps is somewhat impertinent.
Es algo impertinente por su parte decir que el Parlamento quería que tomásemos estas medidas.
I wonder if it would not be impertinent to ask if you could perhaps write some kind of letter of condolence.
Me pregunto si sería impertinente pedirle que escribiera una amable carta de condolencia.
Most of the time, cultural creation describes or expresses a vision, a commitment, a taking of sides that can be pertinent or impertinent.
La mayoría de las veces, la creación cultural describe o expresa una visión, un compromiso, la adopción de una posición que puede ser pertinente o impertinente.
Let me make one point: the Council is so impertinent as to choose now, of all times, to call upon us urgently to extend this programme to Cyprus.
Quisiera recordar una cosa: el Consejo es tan desvergonzado que nos pide en este momento con una moción de urgencia ampliar estos programas a Chipre.
The President, without calling you impertinent, considers that the motion is not pertinent and asks that others do not use the floor in this way.
El Presidente, sin llegar a llamarle a usted impertinente, considera que la cuestión no es pertinente y ruega a los demás que no hagan uso de la palabra de esta forma.
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