English to Igbo Meaning of insolent - na-akparị

Insolent :

nkà, mpako, na-akparị, ihere, -adịghị mma, na-emenye ihere, na-akpasu iwe, ala-ala

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Definitions of insolent in English
Adjective(1) marked by casual disrespect(2) unrestrained by convention or propriety
Examples of insolent in English
(1) The most careless and trivial movements were capable of transmitting the rudest and most insolent messages.(2) He went out of his way to be just as impolite and insolent as he could be.(3) The very stylish decor and layout could unfortunately not make up for the very expensive bar prices and the rude and insolent staff.(4) It can only suffer economic loss which cannot be aggravated by the insulting or insolent behaviour of the defendant.(5) Why does she treat me like I am a spoilt child who is rude and insolent even when I am quite clearly not?(6) Beware of an insolent person who is destructive and selfish.(7) Indifferent, insolent , squally weather put a bit of a damper on the festive and cultural activities over the bank holiday weekend.(8) I did this deliberately because I have two stepdaughters who treat me in a very insolent manner and will inherit from their mother.(9) There was a slightly insolent tone to his voice, as if he wasn't used to actually being ordered around.(10) Rampant fanaticism and tawdry, insolent antics only hurt the feminist cause.(11) Gossips themselves are classified with people who are slanderers, God-haters, insolent , arrogant and boastful.(12) There is no privilege here, no escape from the insolent booth attendants, the ceaseless demands of the homeless, and the pungent overcrowding.(13) This shows how Kate has a mistaken identity because she appears rude and insolent .(14) Only very insolent children can breach such a contract.(15) One should not be arrogant or insolent but rather be kind, considerate and courteous towards them.(16) Ours must be that first painful step of open and courageous defiance against an arrogant and insolent tyranny.
(1) insofar as ::
insofar ka
1. impertinent ::
enwetụghị nkwanye ùgwù
2. bald-faced ::
nkwọcha ihu
3. snotty-nosed ::
1. meek ::
dị umeala n'obi
2. retiring ::
3. shy ::
4. timid ::
Different Forms
insolent, insolently
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