Detailed Translations for objectionable from English to Spanish


Translation Matrix for objectionable:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bruto asshole; barbarian; bastard; blackguard; booby; boor; brute; churl; clodhopper; clumsy fellow; cruel person; dolt; duffer; fiend; hulk; ill-mannered brute; jerk; lout; lubber; madman; oaf; prole; rennet; ruffian; shithead; slob; swine; thug; tough; unlicked cub; yokel
escandaloso bawler; crybaby; squaller
grosero bastard; booby; boor; boorishness; brute; churl; clodhopper; clumsy fellow; discourtesy; dolt; duffer; hulk; ill-mannered brute; lout; lubber; oaf; prole; rude fellow; rudeness; slob; swine; yokel
palurdo asshole; bastard; booby; boor; churl; clodhopper; clumsy fellow; dirty bastard; dolt; duffer; hulk; ill-mannered brute; lout; lubber; oaf; prole; slob; son-of-a-bitch; swine; yokel
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- exceptionable; obnoxious
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
afrentoso indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive razor-sharp; sharp
atacante indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive aggressive; offensive
bruto indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive abominable; agressive; arrogant; banal; barbaric; beastly; below the belt; bestial; blunt; boorish; brutal; coarse; commonplace; cruel; gross; gruesome; heinous; ill-bred; impudent; inhuman; inhumane; insolent; nasty; offensive; overbearing; pityless; presumptuous; rotten; rude; rustic; ruthless; seedy; shabby; shameless; trite; trivial; uncivilised; uncivilized; uneducated; unmannerly; unprocessed; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; violent; vulgar
chocante indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive curious; distasteful; odd; peculiar; queer; shocking; strange; unpalatable; unsavory; unsavoury
condenable condemnable; objectionable; reprehensible
descortés indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive arrogant; blunt; boorish; discourteous; ill-bred; ill-mannered; impertinent; impolite; impudent; indecent; indelicate; indiscreet; insolent; loutish; oafish; offensive; overbearing; presumptuous; rude; shameless; uncivilised; uncivilized; uneducated; unmannerly; untrue
desmañado indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive abstemious; ailing; arrogant; awkward; blunt; boorish; bungling; clumsy; doltish; fumbling; gawky; ill-bred; impudent; inept; insolent; lanky; loutish; maladroit; not very good; overbearing; owlish; poor; presumptuous; rude; rustic; shaky; shameless; stiff; uncivilised; uncivilized; uneasy; uneducated; unhandy; unmannerly; wooden; wretched
desvergonzado indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive arrogant; audacious; ill-mannered; immoral; impertinent; improper; impudent; inappropriate; indecent; indelicat; indelicate; insolent; out of place; overbearing; presumptuous; rude; sanguine; shameless; tactless; uncalled for; unfeeling; unseemly; unsuitable
doloroso indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive acute; awkward; biting; clever; complaining; cutting; deeply; disgraceful; disgusting; full of sadness; grievous; heart rending; keen; lamenting; outrageous; pained; painful; plaintive; sad; saddened; scandalous; sharp-minded; sharpwitted; sorrowful; sorry; stinging; wailing; woeful; wretched
escandaloso indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive appalling; disgraceful; disgusting; dishonorable; dishonourable; inglorious; outrageous; rank; scandalous; shameful; sinful
grosero indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive abominable; abusive; arrogant; barbaric; base; big-boned; bold; boorish; brutal; coarse; commonplace; crass; crude; cruel; cunning; discourteous; doggish; false; gross; gruesome; heavily-built; hefty; heinous; ill-bred; ill-mannered; impertinent; impolite; impudent; indecent; inhuman; inhumane; insolent; loutish; low; mean; nasty; oafish; offensive; overbearing; pedestrian; presumptuous; rude; rustic; seedy; shameless; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; stocky; uncivilised; uncivilized; underhand; uneducated; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vicious; vile; villainous; vulgar
hiriente indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive cutting; injurious; insulting; offending; offensive; razor-sharp; sharp; stinging
inadmisible condemnable; objectionable; reprehensible inadmissible; intolerable; unacceptable; unsatisfactory
indecente indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive audacious; bad mannered; bald; base; blackguardly; corrupt; cunning; degenerate; depraved; dirty; disgraceful; disgusting; false; grubby; icy; ill-mannered; immoral; impertinent; improper; in gutter; inappropriate; indecent; indecorous; indelicat; indelicate; lack of moral; low; mangy; mean; miserable; nasty; obscene; out of place; outrageous; pedestrian; perverted; putrefied; roguish; rotten; rude; sanguine; scabby; scandalous; scoundrelly; scurfy; shabby; shameful; sharp; shrewd; sinful; sleek; slippery; slithery; sly; smooth; smoothly; tactless; uncalled for; unclean; underhand; unfeeling; unhygienic; unseemly; unsuitable; vicious; vile; villainous
insolente indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive arrogant; blunt; boorish; condescending; doggish; haughty; high-handed; ill-bred; impudent; insolent; overbearing; presumptuous; pretentious; rude; rustic; self-satisfied; shameless; stuck-up; supercilious; superior; uncivilised; uncivilized; uneducated; unmannerly
ofensivo indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive aggressive; backbiting; derisive; injurious; insulting; offending; offensive; scandalous; scornful; slanderous; sneering
palurdo indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive arrogant; boorish; ill-bred; impudent; insolent; overbearing; presumptuous; rude; rustic; shameless; unmannerly
sin modales indecent; objectionable; offending; offensive audacious; ill-mannered; impertinent; sanguine

Related Words for "objectionable":

Synonyms for "objectionable":

Related Definitions for "objectionable":

  1. liable to objection or debate; used of something one might take exception to1
    • found the politician's views objectionable1
  2. causing disapproval or protest1
    • a vulgar and objectionable person1

Wiktionary Translations for objectionable:

Cross Translation:
objectionable censurable afkeurenswaardig — afkeuring verdienend


objection [the ~] noun

  1. the objection (resistance; opposition)
    la objeción; la lamentación; el desarrollo; la protesta; el llanto
  2. the objection (counter-plea)
    la objeción; la defensa; la réplica
  3. the objection (protest; contradiction)
    – the act of protesting; a public (often organized) manifestation of dissent 1
    la protesta; la objeción

Translation Matrix for objection:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
defensa counter-plea; objection argument; back; defence; defense; defensibility; means of defence; means of defense; plea; plea bargain; protection; resistance; security; tenability
desarrollo objection; opposition; resistance adverse wind; contrary wind; cultivation; development; diversion; diversionary tactic; education; evolvement; expansion; full growth; growth; increase in scale; maturity; rebellion; red herring; resistance; revolt; riot; ripeness; river source; scale up; scenario; screenplay; source; spring
lamentación objection; opposition; resistance complaint
llanto objection; opposition; resistance complaint; crying; howling; lamentations; lamenting; moaning; sob; sobbing; wailing; whimpering; whine; whining; yelping
objeción contradiction; counter-plea; objection; opposition; protest; resistance complaint
protesta contradiction; objection; opposition; protest; resistance adverse wind; commotion; contrary wind; disturbance; fisticuffs; insurrection; pandemonium; rebellion; resistance; revolt; riot
réplica counter-plea; objection answer; countermove; equalness; reaction; replica; reply; response; retort
- dissent; expostulation; protest; remonstrance; remonstration

Related Words for "objection":

Synonyms for "objection":

Related Definitions for "objection":

  1. (law) a procedure whereby a party to a suit says that a particular line of questioning or a particular witness or a piece of evidence or other matter is improper and should not be continued and asks the court to rule on its impropriety or illegality1
  2. the act of protesting; a public (often organized) manifestation of dissent1
  3. the speech act of objecting1
  4. the act of expressing earnest opposition or protest1

Wiktionary Translations for objection:

  1. official protest raised in a court of law
  2. statement expressing opposition

Cross Translation:
objection objeción tegenwerpingbezwaar
objection objeción objectie — verouderd|nld tegenwerping, bezwaar
objection objeción bezwaar — moeilijkheid, bedenking
objection duda Bedenkenmeist Plural: aufgrund von Nachdenken entstandener Vorbehalt, Zweifel
objection objeción; reparo EinwandReaktion auf einen Vorschlag, eine Idee oder dergleichen, in der Bedenken geltend gemacht werden
objection observación Einwurf — (spontane) Zwischenbemerkung bei einer Diskussion
objection protesta; objeción; reparo protestationdéclaration solennelle que quelqu’un faire de ses dispositions, de sa volonté ; promesse formelle, assurance positif.