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stone-deaf

  
   adj   sordo como una tapia, sordo del todo
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'stone-deaf' found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
to be stone-deaf
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"stone-deaf": examples and translations in context
He'd gone stone-deaf over the years. Se había quedado sordo con los años.
He's been stone-deaf since he were born. Es completamente sordo desde que nació.
Uncle Aron is stone-deaf. ¡El Tío Aron es sordo!
But talk to her on her left because she's stone-deaf on her right ear. Pero háblale de la izquierda porque está sorda del oído derecho.
but at times, I'd rather be stone-deaf! Yo preferiría ser sordo a oír esto.
And to all beseechments turns stone-deaf ears. Y que hace oídos sordos a todas las súplicas.
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