unfit - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "unfit" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

unfit / негодный, неподходящий, нездоровый
имя прилагательное
waste, unfit, unqualified, rotten, dud, dead
unsuitable, inappropriate, improper, inopportune, inept, unfit
unhealthy, unwell, ill, indisposed, unwholesome, unfit
делать непригодным
unfit, disable, incapacitate, indispose, disqualify
имя прилагательное
(of a thing) not of the necessary quality or standard to meet a particular purpose.
the land is unfit for food crops
(of a person) not in good physical condition, typically as a result of failure to exercise regularly.
Physically unfit women at unhealthy weights have higher chronic disease risk.
make (something or someone) unsuitable; disqualify.
And that, Frankfurt says, is what makes it so dangerous: it unfits a person for telling the truth.
There are three common reasons for a player being weary: the player is sick, didn't sleep or is physically unfit .
There's no question that Scottish children are eating meat that is unfit for human consumption and potentially dangerous.
It's likely that in the European Parliament, the U.S. president would be considered unfit for his job on account of his religious beliefs.
And there was me, overweight, unfit , in my old clothes.
Diabetes can run in families but can also be developed, particularly by the elderly, and people who are overweight and unfit .
In August, the landlord removed the entire stairwell, prompting City of Montreal building inspectors to declare her apartment unfit for habitation.
Seven backpackers briefly detained along with the eight taken by the rebels said they were allowed to go because they were physically unfit or lacked sturdy walking shoes.
Until I was 11 years old we lived next door to the surgery, which was purpose built although rather unfit for its function.
This is why a fit person can do more exercise without getting breathless than an unfit person can.
Farmers had been using underground water to irrigate cotton and paddy crops even though underground water was unfit for agricultural use due to high fluoride contents.