necia is the feminine form of necio and roughly translates to foolish.
1. (lacking good sense) 
a. foolish 
Mi oponente necio me subestimó.My foolish opponent underestimated me.
b. stupid 
El niño necio no pudo resolver el problema.The stupid boy couldn't solve the problem.
2. (obstinate) (Costa Rica) (Mexico) 
a. stubborn 
Mi hermano es bien necio. He never listens to me!My brother is so stubborn. ¡Nunca me hace caso!
masculine or feminine noun
3. (foolish person) 
a. idiot 
Había muchos necios en mi escuela que nunca lograron mucho.There were a lot of idiots in my school who never achieved much.
b. fool 
¡Qué necia! ¡Dejó su portátil!What a fool! She left her laptop!
masculine noun
4. (obstinate person) (Costa Rica) (Mexico) 
Los dos son necios pero su relación funciona bien.They're both stubborn people, but their relationship works well.
1. (general) 
a. stupid, foolish 
2. (general) 
a. idiot, fool 
necioa necia
1 (tonto) foolish; stupid
2 (México) (terco) stubborn; pig-headed
3 (And) (displicente) peevish
4 (And) (Caribe) (S. Cone) (quisquilloso) touchy; hypersensitive
5 (Centroamérica) [+enfermedad] hard to shake off
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