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Translation of "naive" - English-Spanish dictionary

naive

adjective   /naɪˈiːv/
If someone is naive, they believe things too easily and do not have enough experience of the world. ingenuo I was much younger then, and very naive.
naively adverb /naɪˈiːv·li/
ingenuamente I naively believed that we would be treated as equals.
(Definition of naive from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

naive

adjective /naiˈiːv/
simple and straightforward in one’s way of thinking, speaking etc cándido It would be naive to believe everything you read in the newspapers.
ignorantly simple ingenuo He is rather naive when it comes to trusting people.
naively adverb
ingenuamente She naively believed his promise to pay back the money.
(Definition of naive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “naive”
in Korean 순진한…
in Arabic ساذِج…
in Malaysian naif…
in Russian наивный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輕信的, 天真的, 幼稚的…
in Italian ingenuo…
in Turkish saf, deneyimsiz, toy…
in Polish naiwny…
in Vietnamese ngờ nghệch, ngây thơ…
in Portuguese ingênuo…
in Thai ตรงไปตรงมา, ซื่อบริสุทธิ์…
in Catalan ingenu…
in Japanese だまされやすい, うぶな…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轻信的, 天真的, 幼稚的…
in Indonesian polos, bodoh…
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