Meaning of discourteously in English:


Pronunciation /dɪˈskəːtɪəsli/

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Translate discourteously into Spanish


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‘Even our traditional enemies would never treat us this shamefully and discourteously.’
  • ‘You treated one client a little discourteously, and you misled another.’
  • ‘On appeal, the High Court, while agreeing that the man had behaved discourteously, said this would only constitute contempt if he had intended to challenge the court's authority.’
  • ‘In his analyses the visual rhetoric of the image has been discourteously discarded in the decoding process.’
  • ‘She covers her mouth politely but continues to laugh discourteously.’