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Meaning of “stupid” - Learner’s Dictionary

stupid

adjective
 
 
/ˈstjuːpɪd/
SILLY B1 silly or not intelligent: That was a really stupid thing to do. How could you be so stupid?Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
ANNOYING [always before noun] informal used to show that you are annoyed about something which is causing a problem: I can never get this stupid machine to work!Expressions of anger
stupidity
 
 
/stjuːˈpɪdəti/ noun [U]
stupidly adverb
Translations of “stupid”
in Arabic غَبيّ…
in Korean 멍청한…
in Malaysian bodoh, bengong…
in French stupide, hébété…
in Turkish aptal, budala, ahmak…
in Italian stupido…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愚蠢的, 糊塗的, 欠考慮的…
in Russian глупый, дурацкий…
in Polish głupi…
in Vietnamese ngu dại, đần độn, ngẩn người ra…
in Spanish estúpido, bobo, tonto…
in Portuguese estúpido, idiota, imbecil…
in Thai โง่, มึนงง…
in German dumm, benommen…
in Catalan estúpid…
in Japanese 愚かな, 頭が悪い…
in Indonesian tolol, pusing…
in Chinese (Simplified) 愚蠢的, 糊涂的, 欠考虑的…
(Definition of stupid from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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