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Spanish translation of “imbecile”

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.
(Definition of imbecile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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