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Translation of "stupid" - English-Spanish dictionary

stupid

adjective   /ˈstjuː·pɪd/
B1 very silly or not clever estúpido That’s a stupid thing to say. Don’t be stupid!
stupidly adverb /ˈstjuː·pɪd·li/
estúpidamente I stupidly left my key inside the room.
(Definition of stupid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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
(Definition of stupid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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