Definition of unpunctuality in English:



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‘In primary schools, 62% of teachers now report unpunctuality occurring at least once a week, compared with 56% in 1996.’
  • ‘In reality, most small security firms limit the concept of employee evaluation to an audit of unpunctuality and absenteeism.’
  • ‘What often goes unnoticed is the inconvenience caused to others because of the Ministers' unpunctuality.’
  • ‘Luckily none of the 12 people who had turned up to see me had been discouraged by my unpunctuality.’
  • ‘I am sure you are, please find your seats and remember that newness is not an excuse for unpunctuality.’



/ˌənˌpəNG(k)(t)SHəˈwalədē/ /ˌənˌpəŋ(k)(t)ʃəˈwælədi/