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foolishly

  
   adv   tontamente, como un tonto  
he saw me standing there, grinning foolishly at him      me vio allí de pie, sonriéndole tontamente or como un tonto  
to act foolishly      hacer el tonto  
to behave foolishly      portarse como un tonto  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
to act foolishly exp.
hacer el tonto

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exp.
portarse como un tonto
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foolishly
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to act foolishly
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"foolishly": examples and translations in context
Air-breathers foolishly believe all atlanteans are alike. Respiran aire tontamente creen que todos los atlantes son iguales.
Therefore do not foolishly punish yourself a moment longer. Por lo tanto, no te castigues tontamente por un solo momento más.
If we foolishly try to judge Him for being immoral, that is our immorality. Si tratamos estúpidamente de juzgarlo por ser inmoral, esa es nuestra inmoralidad.
Among themselves they accused her of acting foolishly. Entre ellos la acusaban de actuar estúpidamente.
Millions have died foolishly because of the commands of satanic popes in their diabolical wars of intolerance. Muchos han muerto neciamente por las órdenes de papas satánicos en sus guerras diabólicas de intolerancia.
It was you who foolishly asked your woman to bring her. Fuiste tú quien neciamente pediste a tu criada que la trajera.
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