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Translation of "cynical" - English-Spanish dictionary

cynical

adjective /ˈsinikəl/
inclined to believe the worst, especially about people cínico a cynical attitude. cynically adverb cínicamente He tends to regard the motivations of politicians rather cynically. cynic noun a person who believes the worst about everyone cínico He is a cynic – he thinks no-one is really unselfish. cynicism /-sizəm/ noun cinismo her cynicism towards politics.
(Definition of cynical from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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