See also: indécent

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From in- +‎ decent.

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indecent (comparative more indecent, superlative most indecent)

  1. Offensive to good taste.
    Synonyms: distasteful, in bad taste, in poor taste, offensive
  2. Not in keeping with conventional moral values; improper, immodest, or unseemly.
    Synonyms: immodest, immoral, improper, unseemly
  3. (criminal law) Generally unacceptable for public broadcasting but not legally obscene.

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Romanian

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Etymology

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Borrowed from French indécent, from Latin indecēns. Equivalent to in- +‎ decent.

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indecent m or n (feminine singular indecentă, masculine plural indecenți, feminine and neuter plural indecente)

  1. indecent

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