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stupid

adjective /ˈstjuːpid/
foolish; slow at understanding
estúpido, bobo, tonto, memo
a stupid mistake He isn’t as stupid as he looks.
in a bewildered or dazed state
atontado
He was (feeling) stupid from lack of sleep.
stupidly adverb
estúpidamente
I stupidly forgot to bring my umbrella.
stupidity noun
estupidez
Translations of “stupid”
in Korean 멍청한…
in Arabic غَبيّ…
in French stupide, hébété…
in Italian stupido…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愚蠢的, 糊塗的, 欠考慮的…
in Russian глупый, дурацкий…
in Turkish aptal, budala, ahmak…
in Polish głupi…
in Portuguese estúpido, idiota, imbecil…
in German dumm, benommen…
in Catalan estúpid…
in Japanese 愚かな, 頭が悪い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 愚蠢的, 糊涂的, 欠考虑的…
(Definition of stupid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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