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Translation of "ridiculous" - English-Spanish dictionary

ridiculous

adjective   /rɪˈdɪk·jə·ləs/
very silly ridículo It was a ridiculous suggestion.
ridiculously adverb /rɪˈdɪk·jə·ləs·li/
ridículamente ridiculously expensive
(Definition of ridiculous from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ridiculous

adjective /rəˈdikjuləs/
very silly; deserving to be laughed at ridículo That’s a ridiculous suggestion You look ridiculous in that hat!
ridiculously adverb
ridículamente That handbag is ridiculously expensive.
ridiculousness noun
ridículo, ridiculez
ridicule /ˈridikjuːl/ verb
to laugh at; to mock ridiculizar, poner en ridículo They ridiculed him because he was wearing one brown shoe and one black shoe.
(Definition of ridiculous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ridiculous”
in Korean 터무니 없는…
in Arabic سَخيف…
in Malaysian merepek…
in French ridicule…
in Russian нелепый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愚蠢的, 荒唐的, 可笑的…
in Italian ridicolo…
in Turkish saçma, aptalca, gülünç…
in Polish absurdalny…
in Vietnamese buồn cười…
in Portuguese ridículo, absurdo…
in Thai น่าหัวเราะ…
in German lächerlich…
in Catalan ridícul…
in Japanese ばかばかしい, ばかげた…
in Chinese (Simplified) 愚蠢的, 荒唐的, 可笑的…
in Indonesian menggelikan…
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