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necio

, a  
a       adj  
1    (=tonto)   foolish, stupid
2      (Méx)   (=terco)   stubborn, pig-headed
3      (Andes)   (=displicente)   peevish
4      (Andes, Caribe, Cono Sur)   (=quisquilloso)   touchy, hypersensitive
5      (CAm)  
[enfermedad]  
hard to shake off
b       sm/f   fool
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

negación, nécora, negocio, Nico

'necio' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
es un necio ignorante
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"necio": examples and translations in context
Tu Giacomo parece más necio que asesino. Your Giacomo seems more the fool than the assassin.
Sólo está siendo engreído como un necio, Dono. You are just being spoiled like a fool, Dono.
Ese crío necio es casi un hombre. He's a foolish boy and barely that.
A veces es necio ser tan valiente. Sometimes it's foolish to be so brave.
Cambiaste de opinión y estás siendo necio. You changed your mind and you're being stubborn.
Puede ser muy necio a veces. He can really be stubborn sometimes.
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