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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.
Harper, no soy un necio. Harper, I'm not a fool.
El necio proletariado luchará contra el canalla burgués. The foolish proletariat will fight against the bourgeois swine.
Usted es terco y necio como un niño egoísta. You're stubborn and foolish as a selfish child.
Cambiaste de opinión y estás siendo necio. You changed your mind and you're being stubborn.
Le digo que es diferente, pero es necio. I tell him it's all different, but he is stubborn.
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