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idiot

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɪd.i.ət/
a stupid person or someone who is behaving in a stupid way
白癡;笨蛋
Some idiot left the tap running in the bathroom and there's water everywhere.
哪個白癡忘了關浴室的水龍頭,水流得到處都是。
[as form of address] You stupid idiot - that's a month's work you've lost!
你這個十足的白癡,你白做一個月的工!
Stupid and silly people
Translations of “idiot”
in Arabic غَبي…
in Korean 바보…
in Malaysian bodoh, dungu…
in French idiot, idiote…
in Turkish budala, aptal, salak…
in Italian idiota…
in Russian идиот…
in Polish idiot-a/ka…
in Vietnamese kẻ ngốc, người kém thông minh…
in Spanish idiota…
in Portuguese idiota, estúpido, -a…
in Thai คนโง่เง่า, คนปัญญาอ่อน…
in German der Idiot, der/die Schwachsinnige…
in Catalan idiota…
in Japanese ばか…
in Indonesian orang bodoh, orang tolol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 白痴, 笨蛋…
(Definition of idiot from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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