c. 1400, "not in agreement," from Old French desagreable (13c.), from des- (see dis-) + agreable (see agreeable). Meaning "not in accord with one's taste" is from 1690s. Related: Disagreeably; disagreeableness. Slightly earlier in same sense was unagreeable (late 14c.).
1. a disagreeable bad-tempered man
2. She could be wayward, petulant, and disagreeable.
她有时也会任性 、 脾气很坏 、 很暴躁.
3. The weather is really disagreeable; one minute the sun shines, the next it is raining again.
4. Halliday's comments grew daily more and more sparklingly disagreeable and disparaging.