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naiveadjective

(also naïve) uk   us   /naɪˈiːv/ mainly disapproving
C1 too willing to believe that someone is telling the truth, that people's intentions in general are good, or that life is simple and fair. People are often naive because they are young and/or have not had much experience of life: She was very naive to believe that he'd stay with her. They make the naive assumption that because it's popular it must be good. It was a little naive of you to think that they would listen to your suggestions.
naively
adverb (also naïvely) uk   us   /-li/
I naively believed he was telling the truth.
Traducciones de “naive”
en árabe ساذِج…
en coreano 순진한…
in Malaysian naif…
en turco saf, deneyimsiz, toy…
en italiano ingenuo…
en chino (tradicionál) 輕信的, 天真的, 幼稚的…
en ruso наивный…
en polaco naiwny…
in Vietnamese ngờ nghệch, ngây thơ…
en español cándido, ingenuo…
en portugués ingênuo…
in Thai ตรงไปตรงมา, ซื่อบริสุทธิ์…
en catalán ingenu…
en japonés だまされやすい, うぶな…
in Indonesian polos, bodoh…
en chino (simplificado) 轻信的, 天真的, 幼稚的…
(Definition of naive from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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