Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

niemiły in English:

1. unpleasant unpleasant


What followed was unpleasant.
How did she get mixed up with such unpleasant people?
Going to school during the rush hour is tiring and unpleasant.
Don't you find it unpleasant walking in the rain?
If you know that something unpleasant will happen, that you will go to the dentist for example, or to France, then that is not good.
I know it's going to be unpleasant to talk about the accident.
To make up for his unpleasant experiences in the hospital, Tom drank a little more than he should have.
I am a sick man… I am a spiteful man. I am an unpleasant man. I think my liver is diseased.
He looks very kind, but he is unpleasant.
A wet blanket is not always unpleasant when you come to know him well.
I can make your life extremely unpleasant.
Mrs. Jones is often unpleasant to her husband's secretary over the phone.
He had never been a man to face up to anything unpleasant.
There is still a pretty unpleasant smell coming from the kitchen.
The Cockney mode of speech, with its unpleasant twang, is a modern corruption without legitimate credentials, and is unworthy of being the speech of any person in the capital city of the Empire.

English word "niemiły"(unpleasant) occurs in sets:

Moduł 1 Człowiek - repetytorium maturalne nowa era
Letter of complaint - UNIT 9
Fiszki z książki - "All About the Little Small Red...
Cechy charakteru z przykładami
A Bag of Blood chapter 3

2. unkind


Don't be unkind to your friends.
You told her that she looks funny in that hat. I was very unkind.
Some people were kind and others were unkind.
She was unkind to him.
Though he is rich, he is unkind.
I think him unkind.
... and negative(though never unkind!)
Why did you take the child’s toy away? It was unkind of you.
Why must he always be so unkind to his mother-in-law?
He won't help you, he's unkind.
She says some very unkind things sometimes.
She isn't friendly or good to other people. She is unkind.
The man was rude and made an unkind remark about the girl’s hair.
It's unkind to say that somebody else is n't good at sport
Her unkind words boomeranged.

English word "niemiły"(unkind) occurs in sets:

kartkówka z angielskiego (druga część)
English 1LO: worlds list - personality.
English file pre-intermediate Third edition - File 1
dział 1 i 2 Matura 2015 człowiek i dom
Oxford Solutions. Unit I

3. nasty


I have such a nasty headache. / 2. Sheriff, eavesdropping is a very nasty habit. / 3. I can be very nice, and I can be very nasty.
His nasty comments fueled the argument.
nasty accident
Two nasty guys robbed me of my jewels and ran away.
He doesn't look that way, but he's really a nasty piece of work.
Everybody has a flaw. And it looks like yours is smellin' like my nasty guts.
The definition of nasty is something that is very dirty, unpleasant or offensive.
The contents of a trash container can get pretty nasty.
He had a nasty experience at the dentist when he was young, and the memories of this put him off dental surgeries for life.
A nasty thrill of fear shot through me and the sound of Chris moving his feet let me know that he to
My parents quarrelled and it was a nasty situation.
Don't be so nasty TO your brother - he's four years younger than you!
Why is Cloutier in such a nasty mood?' 'He has lost a lot of money.'
Technology could solve some nasty problems.

English word "niemiły"(nasty) occurs in sets:

8-Unit 1 site 15 part 3
Unit 5 English Plus 3
14.9 kartkówka
1000 słówek (nice dude)
mateusz memory master

4. surly


surly customers
The food was horrible, and the waiter, surly.

English word "niemiły"(surly) occurs in sets:

cechy charakteru
Słownictwo 5

5. unfriendly


Nobody is unfriendly.
I dislike her unfriendly attitude.
He looked unfriendly at first.
Old homes, especially traditional Japanese ones, can be damp and unfriendly to modern life.
Can you figure out why the boss is so unfriendly this week?
The building was dark and unfriendly.
Mary looks unfriendly, but she is really very kind at heart.
She was so unfriendly that I wondered how I had offended her.
The people were really unfriendly. I didn’t like them at all.
Nobody wants to spend time with him because he’s so unfriendly.
Some of the students in my class are very unfriendly.
The people were unfriendly and refused to give me directions.
I think our new boss is rather unfriendly.
I met our new boss this morning and he was really unfriendly.
She had an unfriendly expression on her face.

English word "niemiły"(unfriendly) occurs in sets:

kartkówka że słówek cz 2 dział 1
Unit 1 - słownictwo
Cechy charakteru
Unit 1 Człowiek

6. disagreeable


She said some very disagreeable things.
I didn't expect his behavior to descend to such a disagreeable level.
a disagreeable old man
Tom watched them hurry through the doors, a disagreeable expression on his face.
There is no more disagreeable thing than this.

English word "niemiły"(disagreeable) occurs in sets:

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7. rude


You are rude.
I thought the little boy who was staring and pointing at the foreigner was very rude.
If you want to make friends with other students, you can't be rude.
Don't you think it's rude to give people such a curt reply like that?
It's only manners to tackle all out a game that they have gone all out in creating. Pressing the pause button is just rude!
We have no more right to say a rude thing to another than to knock him down.
In the last few years he has developed the bad habit of being rude to his friends.
Jane is fat and rude, and smokes too much. However, Ken thinks she's lovely and charming. That's why they say love is blind.
It depends on the person, but using "sir" for women (a title of honour for men) is very rude.
speaking or behaving in a way that is not polite and is likely to offend or annoy people. (I didn't mean to be rude, but I had to leave early.)
rude shacks
Big cities often have a reputation for being rude, unfriendly places for tourists.
He's rude and unpleasant so nobody likes him
Some people think it’s rude not to wait for a woman to go through a door first.
In most societies, it's rude to refer to someone in the third person when he or she is standing right there.

English word "niemiły"(rude) occurs in sets:

spr 2 16 i 17

8. harsh


She grew up in the harsh environment of New York City.
Even today, many people live in harsh conditions and total poverty.
harsh outdoor environment
Her harsh manner of speaking doesn't suit her pretty face.
Islamic law, also known as Sharia law, is often associated by critics with harsh punishments and hardline attitudes
In this harsh, petty world where money does the talking, his way of life is like a breath of fresh air.
A prison term of 10 years for stealing some eggs seems a bit harsh.
surowy, ostry, bezlitosny, harshness (n)
harsh clarity
His attempt to shout to the last row makes his voice unpleasantly harsh.
The other interesting point the professor makes is that life may exist in the very harsh Martian environment – because primitive life exists in extreme places on Earth.
He was said to be particularly harsh with anyone who interrupted his nighttime enjoyments.
harsh = stern and unkind
The European Union legalises the harsh and savage exploitation of immigrants and workers as a whole in the European Union.
harsh treatment / a harsh life / a harsh voice / a harsh land / harsh white neon light / a time of harsh military discipline