English translation of 'ridicolo'
absurdnon essere ridicolo! io non c'entro niente!
don't be ridiculous! it's nothing to do with me!rendersi ridicolo
to make a fool of o.s.
il ridicolo della situazione
the absurdity of the situationil ridicolo della storia era che...
the ridiculous o absurd thing about it was ...cadere nel ridicolo
to become ridiculousmettere in ridicolo
to ridiculecoprirsi di ridicolo
to make a laughing stock of o.s.
'ridicolo' in Other Languages
British English: ridiculous /rɪˈdɪkjʊləs/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something or someone is ridiculous, you mean that they are very foolish.
The idea is ridiculous.
- American English: ridiculous
- Arabic: تافِه
- Brazilian Portuguese: ridículo
- Chinese: 荒谬的
- Croatian: smiješan
- Czech: směšný
- Danish: latterlig
- Dutch: belachelijk
- European Spanish: ridículo
- Finnish: naurettava
- French: ridicule
- German: lächerlich
- Greek: γελοίος
- Italian: ridicolo
- Japanese: ばかげた
- Korean: 웃기는
- Norwegian: latterlig
- Polish: śmieszny
- European Portuguese: ridículo
- Romanian: ridicol
- Russian: смехотворный
- Spanish: ridículo
- Swedish: löjlig
- Thai: น่าหัวเราะ
- Turkish: gülünç
- Ukrainian: безглуздий
- Vietnamese: lố bịch
British English: laughable ADJECTIVE
If you say that something such as an idea or suggestion is laughable, you mean that it is so stupid as to be funny and not worth serious consideration.
The idea that these TV shows represent real life is laughable.
British English: ludicrous ADJECTIVE
If something is ludicrous, it is foolish, unreasonable, or unsuitable.
It was ludicrous to suggest that the visit could be kept secret.
Nearby words of 'ridicolo'
Translation of ridicolo from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary