Necio in English | Spanish to English Translation and Dictionary
necio
adjective
1. (lacking 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. (headstrong) (Costa Rica) (Mexico)
a. stubborn
Ese hombre me mata, lo necio que es.That guy kills me, as stubborn as he is.
feminine or masculine noun
3. (simpleton)
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. (thickhead) (Costa Rica) (Mexico)
a. stubborn
Los dos son necios pero su relación funciona bien.They are both stubborn but their relationship works well.
necio, -a
adjective
1. stupid, foolish
masculine or feminine noun
2. idiot, fool
necioa necia
adjective
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
fool
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