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    #1

    unacceptable/inadmissible

    Hello.

    His message was in the unacceptable/inadmissible form of ultimatum and threats of the possible termination of business cooperation between you and me.

    Which adjective is more appropriate and can I say '...threats of the possible business cooperation termination' instead of 'threats of the possible termination of business cooperation'?

    Thank you.
    Last edited by Ksenia; 28-Jan-2016 at 18:09.

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    #2

    Re: unacceptable/inadmissible

    Where did you find this sentence?

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    #3

    Re: unacceptable/inadmissible

    I need to translate it.

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    #4

    Re: unacceptable/inadmissible

    I only hear "inadmissible" when talking about evidence at a court trial.

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