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Translation of "incredulous" - English-Spanish dictionary

incredulous

adjective   /ɪnˈkred.jʊ.ləs/
not wanting or not able to believe something, and usually showing this incrédulo, no creyente A few incredulous spectators watched on as Paterson, ranked 23rd in the world, beat the champion.1113
incredulously adverb   /-li/ incredulity noun [no plural]   /ˌɪn.krəˈdjuː.lɪ.ti/
(Definition of incredulous from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

incredulous

adjective /inˈkredjuləs, (American) -dʒu-/
unwilling to believe incrédulo She listened to him with an incredulous expression on her face.
incredulity /-ˈdjuː-/ noun
incredulidad
(Definition of incredulous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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