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Translation of "ridiculous" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

ridiculous

adjective
 
 
/rɪˈdɪk.jʊ.ləs/
stupid or unreasonable and deserving to be laughed at
愚蠢的;荒唐的;可笑的
Do I look ridiculous in this hat?
我戴这顶帽子看着很可笑吗?
Don't be so ridiculous! I can't possibly afford to go on holiday.
别那么傻了!我才不可能有那么多钱去度假呢。
It's ridiculous to expect a two-year-old to be able to read!
指望一个两岁的孩子会读书真是太荒唐了!
Stupid and sillyOf unsound mindHumour and humorous
ridiculously
 
 
/rɪˈdɪk.jʊ.lə.sli/ adverb
Hotel rooms in the city are ridiculously overpriced.
这个城市的旅馆费用贵得离谱。
Stupid and sillyOf unsound mindHumour and humorous
Translations of “ridiculous”
in Arabic سَخيف…
in Korean 터무니 없는…
in Malaysian merepek…
in French ridicule…
in Turkish saçma, aptalca, gülünç…
in Italian ridicolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愚蠢的, 荒唐的, 可笑的…
in Russian нелепый…
in Polish absurdalny…
in Vietnamese buồn cười…
in Spanish ridículo…
in Portuguese ridículo, absurdo…
in Thai น่าหัวเราะ…
in German lächerlich…
in Catalan ridícul…
in Japanese ばかばかしい, ばかげた…
in Indonesian menggelikan…
(Definition of ridiculous from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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