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Spanish translation of “naive”

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)
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