An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (geometry)
a. obtuso
Since we know that one of the angles of the triangle is obtuse, the other two must be acute.Puesto que sabemos que uno de los ángulos del triángulo es obtuso, los otros dos tienen que ser agudos.
2. (unintelligent)
a. obtuso
Pardon me if I'm a bit obtuse, but could you explain that one more time?Discúlpeme si soy algo obtuso, pero ¿me lo podría volver a explicar?
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (mathematics)
a. obtuso(a)
2. (person, mind)
a. obtuso(a), duro(a) de mollera
you're being deliberately obtuseno estás queriendo entender
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obtuse [əbˈtjuːs]
1 (Mat) obtuso
2 (stupid, insensitive) [+person] obtuso; torpe; [+remark] desacertado; poco inteligente
he can be very obtuse at times a veces puede ser muy obtuso; now you're just being obtuse te empeñas en no comprender
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