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Aren't you making unreasonable demands on her time?
It's extremely unreasonable to expect them to pay so much.
What we are asking is not unreasonable.
The price is completely unreasonable (=too high).
It's unreasonable to attempt a project like that without computers.
This is the American English definition of unreasonable. View British English definition of unreasonable.
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