disparate translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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disparate

  
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1    (=comentario)   foolish remark  
¡no digas disparates!      don't talk nonsense!  
¡qué disparate!      what rubbish!, how absurd!  
2    (=acción)  
sacar el coche con esta niebla es un disparate      taking the car out in this fog is just crazy o is a stupid thing to do  
está tan desesperado que es capaz de cualquier disparate      he's so desperate he's capable of doing something really stupid  
3    (=error)   blunder  
hiciste un disparate protestando      it was foolish of you to complain  
4    *   había un disparate de gente      there were absolutely loads of people  
costar un disparate      to cost a ridiculous amount  
reírse un disparate      to laugh o.s. silly  
5      (Arquit)   folly
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
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how absurd!
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what rubbish!
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it was foolish of you to complain
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there were absolutely loads of people
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to laugh o.s. silly
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to cost a ridiculous amount
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a string of nonsense
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don't talk nonsense!
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'disparate' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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puro disparate
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disparates
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¡es puro disparate!
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sería una locura {or} un disparate intentarlo
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fue una locura {or} un disparate
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una sarta de disparates
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decir tonterías {or} disparates
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decir disparates {or} tonterías
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¡en mi vida he oído tantos disparates!
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"disparate": examples and translations in context
No entiendo cómo ese disparate... justifica estas monstruosas desfiguraciones. I don't see how any of this specious nonsense... justifies these monstrous disfigurements.
Seguro que mamá no consiente ese disparate. Your mamma will surely not agree to such nonsense.
Lo creerán un disparate, pero así eran. It sounds crazy but that's what they were shaped like.
Le dije que la idea era un disparate. It was a crazy idea and I told him.
Agustina, me pides un disparate. Agustina, you're asking me for something absurd.
Pero hablar de principio jurídico me parece un auténtico disparate. But talking about the legal principle seems to me to be truly absurd.
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