French English Dictionary

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gené in English:

1. uncomfortable uncomfortable

Tom felt uncomfortable.
It will make most Americans uncomfortable if you insist on their accepting expensive gifts.
Our company has never had that kind of system, and it's never made us feel uncomfortable.
Stop it! You're making her feel uncomfortable!
Curious gazes, gazes carrying a bit of murderous goes without saying that I couldn't be more uncomfortable.
Come to that the uniform had a bit more starch than that I usually wear, it's a bit uncomfortable.
It's fine, there's no need to feel uncomfortable!
The trains are inconvenient and uncomfortable; in addition, they never run on time.
Many Americans are uncomfortable with silence, and they tend to regard silence in a conversation as a signal that they need to start talking.
It was a big dumpster, Dima said. "And there was a lot of food, so... It wasn't exactly uncomfortable. But yes, smellier than a donkey's behind."
As a result, people have got so used to being paid this way that they're uncomfortable with any other.
Her helmet felt a bit uncomfortable at first, but she wore it to protect her head while nowboarding.
He was uncomfortable and tried to tell us something.
Stunned, Jem and I looked at each other and then at Atticus who was very uncomfortable.
My chair is very uncomfortable. It hurts my back when I sit in it for a long time. I feel uncomfortable at parties - I am shy and it is hard for me to talk to new people.