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Translation of "dumb" - English-Spanish dictionary

dumb

adjective   /dʌm/
US informal stupid or silly estúpido That was a dumb thing to do.
not able to talk mudo
dumbly adverb /ˈdʌm·li/
sin hablar
(Definition of dumb from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dumb

adjective /dam/
without the power of speech mudo She was born deaf and dumb We were struck dumb with astonishment.
silent callado On this point he was dumb.
(especially American) very stupid tonto, estúpido What a dumb thing to do!
dumbness noun
mudez, mutismo
dumbly adverb
sin decir nada
dumb down phrasal verb
(disapproving) to present news or information in a simpler way which is easier to understand by reduces its quality Atontar The news on TV has definitely been dumbed down by the broadcasters.
(Definition of dumb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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