Definition of disagreeably in English:


Translate disagreeably into Spanish


See disagreeable

‘They rarely focus on textbooks but always introduce something awfully fresh and disagreeably insightful.’
  • ‘It was a line-up that gave off an odour of complacency or perhaps, more disagreeably, of indifference to the prize at stake.’
  • ‘It is really surprising what a number of cars will smoke disagreeably.’
  • ‘But I was surprised - again disagreeably - when the vicar announced that the proceeds of the collection would be devoted to the diocesan fund for historic churches.’
  • ‘But just as she was about to hang up and try again, the screen flashed red, the speaker clicking and buzzing disagreeably and it struggled for some kind of connection.’



/ˈˌdisəˈɡrēəblē/ /ˈˌdɪsəˈɡriəbli/