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flippant

adjective   /ˈflɪp·ənt/
without respect or not serious poco serio, ligero a flippant remark
flippantly adverb /ˈflɪp·ənt·li/
con poca seriedad, a la ligera
(Definition of flippant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

flippant

adjective /ˈflipənt/
not serious enough about important matters frívolo a flippant reply.
flippantly adverb
frívolamente
flippancy noun
falta de seriedad
(Definition of flippant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Traducciones de “flippant”
en coreano 건방진…
en árabe وَقِح…
in Malaysian sambil lewa…
en francés désinvolte…
en ruso непочтительный, легкомысленный…
en chino (tradicionál) 輕率的,浮誇的…
en italiano spiritoso, insolente…
en turco saygısız, küstah, ciddiyetsiz…
en polaco lekceważący…
in Vietnamese thiếu trang trọng…
en portugués irreverente…
in Thai ทำเป็นเล่น…
en alemán leichtfertig…
en catalán poc seriós, frívol…
en japonés 不真面目な…
en chino (simplificado) 轻率的,浮夸的…
in Indonesian sambil lalu…
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