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Translation of "innocent" - English-Spanish dictionary

innocent

adjective   /ˈɪn·ə·sənt/
If someone is innocent, they have not committed a crime. inocente The jury decided he was innocent. →  Opposite guilty
not having much experience of life and not knowing about the bad things that can happen ingenuo an innocent young woman
(Definition of innocent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

innocent

adjective /ˈinəsnt/
not guilty (of a crime, misdeed etc) inocente A man should be presumed innocent of a crime until he is proved guilty They hanged an innocent man.
(of an action etc) harmless or without harmful or hidden intentions inocente innocent games and amusements an innocent remark.
free from, or knowing nothing about, evil etc inocente, ingenuo an innocent child You can’t be so innocent as to believe what advertisements say!
innocently adverb
inocentemente
innocence noun
inocencia He at last managed to prove his innocence the innocence of a child.
(Definition of innocent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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