Definition of disagreeably in English:

disagreeably

Translate disagreeably into Spanish

adverb

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.’

Pronunciation

disagreeably

/ˈˌdisəˈɡrēəblē/ /ˈˌdɪsəˈɡriəbli/