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disrespectful (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive disrespectful, Comparative more disrespectful, Superlative most disrespectful
Hyphenation:
re | s | pekt | los, comparative: re | s | pekt | lo | ser, superlative: am re | s | pekt | lo | ses | th
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ʁeˈspɛktloːs]
Word meaning / definition:
1) without respect
Origin of the term:
Derivation of the adjective from the noun respect with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -Come on
Synonyms:
1) disparaging, disrespectful, brash, disdainful, disrespectful, inconsiderate, rude, disrespectful, unfriendly, impolite, contemptuous
Opposite words:
1) respectful, respectful, reverent, gallant, friendly, polite, correct, respectful, considerate, well-behaved
Application examples:
1) Being disrespectful Behavior towards the teacher had consequences.
1) “A customer of a pizzeria must have experienced a real shock when he looked at the receipt: an employee of the restaurant had it disrespectful Leave words. "
1) “Double winner Niko Kovac from FC Bayern Munich has one disrespectful Dealing with the soccer coaches in the Bundesliga complained. "
1) “About Trumps disrespectful Dealing with married women has also reported Trump's former business partner Jill Harth, who is said to have been sexually molested by him over a long period of time. "
1) “Olympic discus champion Christoph Harting has after his disrespectful Statements and condescending sayings about the association and competitors apparently received a memorandum. "
Word formations:
disrespect

Translations

  • English: 1) disrespectful, disrespectfully, dismissive, irreverent, flippant, unrespectful, unrespectfully, unfilial, impious, irreverently, unfilially, with disrespect
  • Esperanto: 1) malrespekta, senrespekta
  • French: 1) insolent
  • Italian: 1) irrispettoso
    • Kurmanji: 1) rêznegir
  • Swedish: 1) respectless
  • Hungarian: 1) tiszteletlen

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Hurtful, insulting, disrespectful - that's what natives say about carnival costumes.
Mopo, March 07, 2019

The Turkish President takes the demonstration for women's rights disrespectful towards Islam.
Frankfurter Rundschau online, March 11, 2019

Police officers say that young men with a migrant background are particularly disrespectful and be aggressive. Is that correct? Read their protocols and the assessment of two criminologists here.
Spiegel Online, November 18, 2018

Kay Bartels voted for Trump. Even if he is disrespectful expresses towards women. 'Donald Trump says what he thinks like us,' she says.
DIE ZEIT, November 4th, 2018

Lauda friend John Watson, himself once in Formula 1, names the behavior of superstar Lewis Hamilton disrespectful and pathetic.
Today.at, May 23, 2019

According to an investigation report, a former ETH architecture professor is said to have been involved several times disrespectful behaved towards women.
20 minutes, June 19, 2020

His brother Harry behaved disrespectful towards the institution of the monarchy and - this is his worst reproach - Harry is the same disrespectful towards her grandmother, the Queen.
GMX, March 19, 2020

Season 10 of "Shameless" starts on Sky. Hardly any other series goes like this disrespectful deals with taboo topics - and is so successful with it.
Computer picture, February 11, 2020

Excitement in a Hamburg Lidl branch! On the Internet, a woman complains about the behavior of a cashier - she is said to have insulted another family and racially disrespectful have treated.
Focus Online, August 10, 2020

Around 200 people celebrate an illegal party in a park in Ulm on Friday evening. When the police accidentally discovered the celebrants, some showed up disrespectful and uncooperative.
Stuttgarter Zeitung, August 8th, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / declensions

Inflection disrespectful - The declension of the adjective disrespectful

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe disrespectfulof the disrespectfulthe disrespectfulthe disrespectful
Femininethe disrespectfulthe disrespectfulthe disrespectfulthe disrespectful
neuterthe disrespectfulof the disrespectfulthe disrespectfulthe disrespectful
Pluralthe disrespectfulthe disrespectfulthe disrespectfulthe disrespectful
indefinite article
Masculinea disrespectful onea disrespectful onea disrespectful onea disrespectful one
Femininea disrespectful onea disrespectful onea disrespectful onea disrespectful one
neutera disrespectful onea disrespectful onea disrespectful onea disrespectful one
without article
Masculinemore disrespectfuldisrespectfuldisrespectfuldisrespectful
Femininedisrespectfulmore disrespectfulmore disrespectfuldisrespectful
neuterdisrespectfuldisrespectfuldisrespectfuldisrespectful
Pluraldisrespectfulmore disrespectfuldisrespectfuldisrespectful

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • rebellious: harmlessly cheeky and disobedient, revolting against authorities
  • defiant: Resisting instructions, mostly out of defiance or to provoke
  • stubborn
  • stubborn: insisting against all reasonable ideas, determined by obstinacy
  • rebellious
  • stubborn: withstanding pressure; permanently in opposition (against); denying law and order
  • defiant: stubborn, insisting on one's own will; poetic: not afraid of danger, daring
  • naughty
  • insubordinate: seditious, rebellious
  • disobedience: not ready to follow a command / arrangement / request
  • defiant
  • resistant
  • bitchy (coll.): unwilling or stubborn behavior; like a goat, tasting of goat
  • derogatory: showing a negative attitude, only little appreciative, with contempt
  • disparaging: not very appreciative; derogatory
  • accordingly
  • derogatory: Decreasing reputation or importance (through utterances)
  • disrespectful
  • discriminatory: Violating the equality and / or the dignity of a person; a discrimination; posh
  • disparaging: attaching little importance and / or respect to someone or something; derogatory
  • indifferent: without interest, participation in something; not adverbial: not important; insignificant
  • gracious: merciful, benevolent, showing mercy; derisive: showing great, condescending kindness
  • patronizing: derogatory: in the manner of a patron, in a condescending way
  • condescending: derogatory: emphatically gracious, emphasizing his supposedly or actually higher rank; out of date: respectfully engaging with someone of lesser standing
  • disapproving
  • displeasing (go.)
  • sniffing
  • pejorative (technical, linguistic): derogatory with regard to the (own) language, a word or a phrase
  • contemptuous
  • contemptuous: with contempt; Harboring contempt
  • full of contempt
  • from above: highlighting his (possibly only imagined) higher rank
  • presumptuous: arrogant, arrogant, overconfident
  • three-basted (coll., regional)
  • brazen: without respect, without restraint
  • (have) a tone on the body! (coll.)
  • flippant: not following the usual rules of courtesy
  • cheeky (main form): disregarding norms and politeness, neglecting respect; positive, noticeably out of the ordinary; older literary language: disrespectful with the smack of wickedness
  • cheeky as dirt
  • impertinent: intrusive, stupid, outrageous, cheeky
  • kodderig (coll.): regionally unwell, close to vomiting and with trembling knees; regionally cheeky, brief and presumptuous
  • koddrig (coll.)
  • puke (coarse)
  • wet research (coll.): Colloquial, mostly pejorative: intentionally particularly energetic, dashing
  • nickely (coll.)
  • puffy (coll.): for soil or similar materials with a tough, muddy to moist texture; for cheeky, rude, insulting remarks and such demeanor
  • patzig (coll.): colloquial, pejorative (derogatory): a) as a person: in behavior unadjusted, appearing dominant b) in conversation: dismissive, cheeky, short c) adverbial use for 1a) + 1b); Colloquially, southern German: of a pulpy, sticky, soft consistency
  • prepotent (Austrian): arrogant, swollen
  • snotty (coll.): particularly cheeky; uneducated
  • snotty (coll.)
  • snot-nosed (coll.)
  • inconsiderate: not gentle on others
  • casually: disregarding any forms
  • badly brought up
  • schnodderig (coll.): colloquial north German, central German: for provocative, boastful, outrageous
  • inappropriate: not appropriate, not appropriate for the time
  • indecent: contradicting good morals, offending them
  • naughty
  • insubordinate: seditious, rebellious
  • filthy: so that it does not conform to the usual rules of good behavior or decency
  • improper
  • improper: not as it should be
  • uncouth: Craft, technology: with uneven, unworked surface; transferred, derogatory: showing bad, awkward behavior, behavior towards others
  • improper
  • unpolished
  • unsanitary
  • naughty: by children: not well brought up, showing misconduct; contrary to the expected manners
  • not polite: hurting manners
  • improperly
  • unabashedly: without the necessary respect
  • outrageous: provocative and / or aggressive in behavior and expressions; reinforcing, emphasizing, emphasizing: going beyond the usual measure, very large / intensive; excessively, extremely, very, too; behaving morally and morally not in accordance with society
  • without awe
  • without respect (towards the feelings of others)
  • irreverent (main form)
  • disheartened
  • hurtful

Another word (synonym) for disrespectful - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "disrespectful":

disrespectful: without respect, with a certain degree of disregard Synonyms: 1) disrespectful, disparaging, contemptuous Opposite words: 1) respectful Examples of use: 1) He talked about me in a disrespectful way

respect: ... lose respect, a good deal of respect Word formations: respect, respectable, disrespectful, respectful person, respectful, authoritative translations Albanian: ...

brazen: cheeky, cheeky, disrespectful, outrageous Contrasting words: 1) respectful, respectful Examples of use: 1) Pretty bold, the guy

bold: ... Meaning of the word / definition: 1) in a pleasant, appealing way cheeky, disrespectful or cheeky Origin of the term: attested since the 11th century (in the form "quec" since ...

kess: a little cheeky, outrageous, disrespectful c) (in a brazen way) according to the current fashion, following the origin of the term: since the 20th


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