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absurd

adjective
 
 
/əbˈzɜːd/
B2 very silly
нелепый
an absurd situation/suggestionStupid and sillyOf unsound mind
absurdity noun [C, U]
нелепость
absurdly adverb
нелепо
Translations of “absurd”
in Korean 터무니 없는…
in Arabic سَخيف…
in French absurde…
in Italian assurdo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 荒謬的,荒唐的, 愚蠢的, 可笑的…
in Turkish çok saçma, aptalca…
in Polish absurdalny…
in Spanish absurdo…
in Portuguese absurdo, ridículo…
in German absurd…
in Catalan absurd…
in Japanese ばかばかしい, 常識に反した…
in Chinese (Simplified) 荒谬的,荒唐的, 愚蠢的, 可笑的…
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