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Spanish translation of “ignorant”

ignorant

adjective /ˈiɡnərənt/
knowing very little
ignorante
He’s really very ignorant – he ought to read more I’m ignorant about money matters.
(with of) unaware
ignorante (de), desconocedor
He continued on his way, ignorant of the dangers which lay ahead.
ignorantly adverb
ignorantemente, con ignorancia
They ignorantly believed that they would defeat the enemy forces easily.
ignorance noun
ignorancia
the general public’s ignorance about the disease.
(Definition of ignorant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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