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illiterate

  
a       adj  
[person]  
(=unable to read or write)   analfabeto  
(=ignorant)  
ignorante, inculto  
[letter, handwriting]  
plagado de faltas  
to be functionally illiterate      ser un analfabeto funcional  
he's sexually illiterate      en materia sexual está en mantillas  
b       n   analfabeto (-a)      m/f  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
he's sexually illiterate exp.
en materia sexual está en mantillas

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"illiterate": examples and translations in context
Your nephew is a functional illiterate. Su sobrino es a todos los efecto prácticos, un semi analfabeto.
Jacob Boehme (1575-1624) was an illiterate German cobbler. Jacob Boehme (1575-1624) era un zapatero alemán analfabeto.
Similarly, poverty incidence is highest among households headed by illiterate individuals. Del mismo modo, la incidencia de la pobreza es mayor en los hogares cuyo cabeza de familia es iletrado.
Women are disproportionately illiterate in many developing countries. En muchos países en desarrollo, el analfabetismo de la mujer es desproporcionado.
The risk of being functionally illiterate is great. La posibilidad de caer en el analfabetismo de retorno, el llamado iletrismo, es grande.
First the guy is illiterate, then he can read and write. Primero es analfabeto, y después sabe leer y escribir.
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