[experience, taste, smell, feeling, atmosphere] désagréable
→ The symptoms can be uncomfortable and unpleasant.
→ It was the most unpleasant experience in my life.
→ It's pretty unpleasant having a tube forced down your throat.
→ it is very unpleasant to be criticized
→ It is extremely unpleasant to acknowledge one's own responsibility for such an event
it's not unpleasant ce n'est pas désagréable
→ It's not an unpleasant smell.
[person] (in character)
→ She thought him an unpleasant man.
(on a particular occasion)
[manner] désobligeant (e)
→ I'll have to be very unpleasant indeed.
She's unpleasant to work with. Ce n'est pas agréable de travailler avec elle.
to be unpleasant to sb être désagréable avec qn
→ My father was extremely unpleasant to my mother at times.
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