deaf translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "deaf" - English-Spanish dictionary


adjective /def/
unable to hear
She has been deaf since birth.
(with to) refusing to understand or to listen
He was deaf to all arguments.
deafness noun
Her deafness is definitely getting worse.
deafen verb to make hearing difficult; to have an unpleasant effect on the hearing
I was deafened by the noise of the aircraft overhead.
deafening adjective very loud
the deafening roar of the engine.
deaf-mute noun a person who is deaf and dumb.
fall on deaf ears (of a warning etc) to be ignored
caer en oídos sordos
I warned him not to criticize her, but my advice clearly fell on deaf ears.
turn a deaf ear to deliberately to ignore
hacerse el sordo
They turned a deaf ear to my suggestion.
Translations of “deaf”
in Arabic أَطْرَش…
in Korean 청각 장애의…
in Malaysian pekak, tuli…
in French sourd…
in Turkish sağır…
in Italian sordo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 耳聾的,聽不見的,失聰的, 不願聽的, 充耳不聞的…
in Russian глухой…
in Polish niesłyszący, głuchy…
in Vietnamese điếc, làm ngơ…
in Portuguese surdo…
in Thai หูหนวก, ไม่ยอมฟัง…
in German taub…
in Catalan sord…
in Japanese 耳の不自由な人…
in Indonesian tuli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 耳聋的,听不见的,失聪的, 不愿听的, 充耳不闻的…
(Definition of deaf from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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