exhibiting lack of respect; rude and discourteous
"remarks disrespectful of the law"; "disrespectful in the presence of his parents"; "disrespectful toward his teacher"
aweless, awless, disrespectful(adj)
neither feeling nor showing respect
wanting in respect; manifesting disesteem or lack of respect; uncivil; as, disrespectful behavior
Someone who is disrespectful to another. A person who does not listen to what another solution may be. Is a type of disrespect whereby they feel that there solution to a problem is better then yours so consequently they don't want to listen to your side of things at all.
Such as: please don't give me any of that food I don't care for it. But the other person says I am going to give it to you because if you eat it you'll like it. I know better than you.
The numerical value of disrespectful in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of disrespectful in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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Our policy is and will continue to be that if you are disrespectful to anyone in our venues, we will ask you not to return.
It's a rock and a hard place. I can't be as upset at that lady. I'm upset at the fraternity because what they're saying is a chant that's just completely disrespectful to the black race. As far as that lady goes -- man, that's an old lady, man. Let that lady be. it's hard to ridicule somebody for something that you continue to use in your music.
The President's words weigh a ton, and The President hateful and inflammatory rhetoric creates real danger. President Donald Trump must take down President Donald Trump disrespectful and dangerous video.
I know she had been having some issues with them, especially the older one. He was being a problem. I know he did have some issues and he may have been taking medication. [He] did have some kind of emotional or difficulties, [Lynda] kept a really close handle on both boys. They were not major issues, as far as I know, just things teenagers do like not coming home on time, maybe being disrespectful.
Greeting indigenous Code Talkers in front of that portrait, knowing Andrew Jackson is responsible for the Trail of Tears, is disrespectful -- it's worse than that. It's appallingly out of touch, this isn't the first time he's attempted to slur Elizabeth Warren by calling her Pocahontas, who was a real person, and he diminished an entire demographic of native women to a single figure in history who's been largely fetishized and whose traumatic story has been whitewashed by the American narrative.
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- tidak sopan, kasarIndonesian
- 不敬, 不遜なJapanese
- respektløs, uærbødigNorwegian
- непочтительный, неуважительныйRussian
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