This word must be preceded by the definite article in the sense shown in 4.
a. supino (ignorance)
They prefer to remain in sublime ignorance rather than acknowledge the truth.Prefieren permanecer en la ignoracia supina antes que reconocer la verdad.
b. supremo (contempt or indifference)
The sublime indifference of Parisian waiters made me feel like a nobody.La suprema indiferencia de los meseros parisinos me hizo sentir una don nadie.
c. absoluto (contempt or indifference)
She gave him a look of sublime contempt as she passed by.Le lanzó una mirada de desprecio absoluto al pasar.
d. total (contempt or indifference)
His attitude shows sublime contempt for opinions that differ from his own.Su actitud refleja un total desdén por opiniones distintas de las suyas.
4. (that which inspires awe)
a. no direct translation
from the sublime to the ridiculousde lo sublime a lo ridículo
a. supino(a), sumo(a) (ignorance)
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