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impertinent
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
impertinent /im'pə:tinənt/
  • tính từ
    • xấc láo, láo xược, xấc xược
    • lạc lõng, lạc đề, không đúng chỗ, không đúng lúc
    • phi lý, vô lý, không thích đáng, không thích hợp
    • xen vào, chõ vào, dính vào
Concise Dictionary
ɪm'pɜrtɪnənt /-'pɜːt-
adj.
+characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality
+not pertinent to the matter under consideration
+improperly forward or bold

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
presumptuous, insolent, bold, brazen, impudent, brash, saucy, pert, uncivil, forward, impolite, discourteous, disrespectful, audacious, rude, Colloq cheeky, fresh, brassy, US nervy:
That impertinent little upstart had the nerve to ask the lady's age!
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
rude and not showing respect for sb who is older or more important: an impertinent question / child + Would it be impertinent to ask why you're leaving?
impertinence noun [U, C, usually sing.]: She had the impertinence to ask my age!
impertinently adverb
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be, seem | get
Don't you get impertinent with me!
| find sth
She found the question highly impertinent.

ADV.

highly, very | slightly, somewhat


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