Definition of unprofessionally in English:

unprofessionally

adverb

  • See unprofessional

    • ‘We have no process to deal with priests who act unprofessionally, nor a way to listen to credible witnesses in such cases.’
    • ‘He warns ministers: ‘When one clergyman or woman acts unprofessionally, he or she threatens to bring the Church as a whole into disrepute - witness the ripple effect of scandals.’’
    • ‘So far as it is thought about more commonly and unprofessionally, it seems to be regarded as a vacation exercise, a luxury, a leisure activity for the middle and upper classes.’
    • ‘They want an apology from Atkinson and from the school principal, Pat Flores, who they feel handled the situation quite unprofessionally.’
    • ‘There have been many changes, and I have seen for myself the punishment meted out to those who are undisciplined, especially those who behave unprofessionally - for example, those who commit rape, or theft, or other undisciplined acts.’

Pronunciation

unprofessionally

/ˌʌnprəˈfɛʃ(ə)nəli/