indigno
adjective
1. (inappropriate; often used with "de") 
a. unworthy 
Utilizar palabras gruesas es indigno de un escritor tan prestigioso.Using swear words is unworthy of such a prestigious writer.
2. (undeserving; often used with "de") 
a. unworthy 
El actor es indigno de este premio porque ni siquiera sabe actuar.The actor is unworthy of this award because he can't even act.
Me siento indigna de tanta amabilidad.I don't feel worthy of all this kindness.
3. (vile) 
Tirar huevos contra la fachada del edificio histórico es un acto indigno.Throwing eggs at the front of the old building is a despicable act.
b. shameful 
Es indigno que alguien haya roto el brazo de la estatua.It is shameful that someone has broken off the statue's arm.
Hay que hacer algo para destituir a personas tan indignas como los políticos corruptos.We have to do something to get rid of such disgraceful people as corrupt politicians.
indigno
adjective
1. (impropio, no merecedor) 
a. unworthy 
b. not worthy 
soy indigno de tal honorI am not worthy of such an honor
2. (degradante) 
a. shameful, appalling 
indigno
adjective
1 (impropio) unworthy
tales comentarios son indignos de un ministro such comments are unworthy of a minister
2 (desmerecedor) unworthy
ser indigno de algo to be unworthy of sth; eres indigna de nuestra confianza you are unworthy o not worthy of our trust
3 (despreciable) despicable
el más indigno de los delitos the most despicable of crimes
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