Translation of inconsistently in Spanish:

inconsistently

contradictoriamente, adv.

Pronunciation /ˌɪnkənˈsɪst(ə)ntli/ /ɪnkənˈsɪst(ə)ntli/

Definition of contradictoriamente in Spanish

adverb

  • 1

    (contradictorily)
    (argue/reason) contradictoriamente
    (argue/reason) sin coherencia
    • However inconsistently and disingenuously, he claimed to speak on behalf of the working people.
    • The film seems to meander, and Irena starts to behave inconsistently from scene to scene.
    • It must be conceded that not every witness who testifies inconsistently with an earlier statement can properly be regarded as hostile.
    • Then, once again inconsistently, Ernie undermines his own argument.
    • She claimed that the two countries are both guilty of using human rights arguments inconsistently.
    • They behave inconsistently with their attitudes but in an unexpected way.
    • But, rather inconsistently, many jurists asserted that after consultation the ruler must follow the opinion that is most consistent with the consensus of jurists.
    • It is true that, like other white egalitarians of his day, he inconsistently clutched at old hierarchical distinctions between savagery and civilization.
  • 2

    (unevenly)
    (perform/work) de manera irregular
    • Problems and ill-feeling frequently arise when good policies are inconsistently applied by managers.
    • Many of these laws have been inconsistently enforced.
    • Corticosteroids continue to be used widely, albeit inconsistently.
    • Despite their lead, the team played inconsistently in the first half.
    • Her work is strong but inconsistently so.
    • Often details have been recorded inconsistently, incorrectly or extremely imaginatively.
    • Patients don't like to admit they can't afford their meds, or are taking them inconsistently.
    • Such terms were used loosely and inconsistently.
    • Educational services were inconsistently available to the Paiutes on the various reservations and colonies.
    • One hundred twenty-five surveys were incompletely or inconsistently filled out and were excluded from the current analysis.
    • The survey found that 80 per cent of websites perform inconsistently, with widely varying response times, timeouts and errors.