Spanish Word for rude  

English Word: rude

Spanish Word: maleducado
The Spanish Word for rude
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It's hard to put up with someone so rude.
Es difícil soportar una persona tan maleducada.

Furthermore, the Netherlands has had a rude awakening.
Asimismo, los Países Bajos han tenido un brusco despertar.
It is very rude and lacking in respect.
Es algo muy descortés y muestra una falta de respeto.
There is a word for this, a rude word: - 'Fortress Europe!'
Klingvall y Bodström, hay una palabra para todo esto, una fea palabra: "Fortaleza Europa" .
They are in danger of having a rude awakening before too long, however.
No obstante, corren el peligro de llevarse pronto una desagradable sorpresa.
As you said, Mr Chair, you would not like to be rude.
Como usted ha dicho, señor Presidente, no quiere ser grosero.
I can guarantee that some Member States are in for a rude awakening in this respect.
Les puedo asegurar que algunos Estados miembros se van a llevar una desagradable sorpresa.
I got a very rude answer from them which I will not repeat to you but which is basically reflected in my report.
Obtuve una respuesta bastante grosera que no voy a repetirles pero que está básicamente reflejada en mi informe.
This does not seem to me to be very polite, and I would go so far as to describe it as verging on the downright rude.
Lo ocurrido no lo encuentro muy correcto, es más: roza el límite de la buena educación.
It has increasingly become the norm that ignoring this sign is rude and even unlawful.
Se ha ido aceptando paulatinamente que no es de buen gusto, e incluso que no se tiene derecho a hacer caso omiso de esta advertencia.
I am going to be rude and leave the room now because I am going to Romania on Parliament' s behalf.
Voy a ser tener que descortés y voy a abandonar inmediatamente la sala, ya que debo viajar a Rumania, en representación del Parlamento.
I am not yet well enough to stand while I talk to you, but please do not think I am being rude.
Mi salud no se ha restablecido aún lo suficiente para que pueda hablar de pie.
Do not call me to order, Mr President. I am not being rude: these are the words of the Italian Minister for the Interior.
Señor Presidente, no me riña, porque no soy yo el maleducado: las palabras son del ministro italiano del Interior.
Amongst others, Mr Watson said so, although he himself had previously been rude about Marta Andreasen.
Entre otros lo dijo el señor Watson, aunque anteriormente él mismo se había mostrado grosero con Marta Andreasen.
Let us not be guided by prejudice, or else there will be a rude awakening in store for us.
No nos dejemos guiar por los prejuicios, pues de lo contrario tendremos un amargo despertar.
(DE) Mr President, the amendment is not as rude in tone as the prototype but the facts are unchanged.
(DE) Señor Presidente, la enmienda no es tan grosera en el tono como era la versión inicial, pero los hechos siguen siendo los mismos.
(DE) Madam President, I assume that you agree with me that it is very rude of some Members to ask questions and then to leave.
(DE) Señora Presidenta, asumo que coincide conmigo en que resulta bastante descortés que algunos diputados planteen preguntas y después se vayan.
You could not leave messages for the generality on the telephone apart from leaving a rude message on your answering machine.
No se podía dejar un mensaje por teléfono para una generalidad de personas, aparte de dejar un mensaje descortés en el contestador telefónico.
I do not mean to be rude, but it really would be interesting to take a vote in Parliament and see which of the two would win.
Sin pretender ser impertinente: sería interesante votar en el Parlamento para ver quién gana.
This complaining about the rude behaviour of entire categories - whether smokers, non-smokers, reds or whites - is disgraceful!
Estos "plañidos" contra la mala educación de categorías enteras - los fumadores, los no fumadores, los rojos, los blancos - son vergonzosos.
I do not want to be rude, but you know, really, you have the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of a low-grade bank clerk.
No quiero ser grosero, pero, de veras, tiene usted el carisma de una bayeta y la apariencia de un empleado bancario de bajo nivel.
This new economic governance comes after a crisis, a rude crisis in the form of the Member States' public debt.
Esta nueva gobernanza económica llega después de la crisis, una dura crisis traducida en deuda pública de los Estados miembros.
Shrewd politicians know that the form is often the substance and in terms of form you have been extremely rude to this Parliament.
Los políticos sagaces saben que en muchos casos la forma es substancia y en la forma usted ha sido profundamente incorrecto para con este Parlamento.
Members have a variety of names for this attendance-checking procedure - some of them rather rude - but you mentioned a new rule and change of rules.
Los diputados aplican diversos nombres a este procedimiento de control de asistencia -algunos de ellos bastante descorteses-, pero usted ha hablado de una nueva norma y de un cambio de normas.
Mr Willockx, it really is very rude to have a series of conversations round the Chamber when someone is trying to speak.
Sr. Willock, realmente es muy molesto que la gente esté conversando en esta sala mientras un diputado está haciendo uso de la palabra.
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