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Translation of "silly" - English-Spanish dictionary

silly

adjective   /ˈsɪl·i/ ( comparative sillier, superlative silliest)
B1 stupid tonto, bobo Do I look silly in this hat? It’s silly to spend money on something you don’t need.
B1 small and not important trivial She gets upset over silly things.
silliness noun [no plural] /ˈsɪl·i·nəs/
tontería
(Definition of silly from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

silly

adjective /ˈsili/ ( comparative sillier, superlative silliest)
foolish; not sensible tonto, bobo Don’t be so silly! silly children.
silliness noun
tontería, estupidez The teacher will not put up with such silliness.
(Definition of silly from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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