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imbecile

noun /ˈimbəsiːl, (American) -sl/
a stupid person; a fool
imbécil
Some imbecile nearly knocked me off my bicycle the other day.
a person of very low intelligence who cannot look after himself.
imbécil
imbecility /-ˈsi-/ noun
imbecilidad
Some people’s imbecility when driving is unbelievable.
Translations of “imbecile”
in Arabic أبله…
in Korean 천치…
in Malaysian bodoh, dungu…
in French imbécile…
in Italian imbecille…
in Chinese (Traditional) 低能者,弱智者,蠢人…
in Vietnamese kẻ khờ dại, người đần độn…
in Portuguese imbecil…
in Thai คนโง่, คนงี่เง่า, คนปัญญาอ่อน…
in German der Idiot, der/die Schwachsinnige…
in Catalan imbècil…
in Japanese 愚か者…
in Indonesian orang tolol, orang dungu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 低能者,弱智者,蠢人…
(Definition of imbecile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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