Definição de 'ignorant'

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He recognised them as victims of a system -- mainly ignorant, under-educated men, many of them veterans of the services. Kippax, Frank THE SCAR (2002)I would not see you grow up as ignorant of your magics as I did. Robin Hobb THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)Hitherto she had been too ignorant of her mother's state to realize what danger she had been in. Brent-Dyer, Elinor CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL (2002)The ignorant are full of errors about death magic, well, even the name is wrong. Lois McMaster Bujold THE CURSE OF CHALION (2002)

Sinônimos de ignorant

uninformed of, unaware of, oblivious to, blind to

Tendências de ignorant

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Traduções de ignorant

Inglês Britânico: ignorant /ˈɪɡnərənt/ ADJECTIVE
If you refer to someone as ignorant, you mean that they do not know much because they are not well educated. If someone is ignorant of a fact, they do not know it.
Often people don't ask questions because they don't want to seem ignorant.
  • Inglês Americano: ignorant
  • Árabe: جَاهِلٌ
  • Português Brasileiro: ignorante
  • Chinês: 无知的
  • Croata: neuk
  • Tcheco: nevzdělaný
  • Dinamarquês: uvidende
  • Holandês: onwetend
  • Espanhol Europeu: ignorante
  • Finlandês: tietämätön
  • Francês: ignorant
  • Alemão: unwissend
  • Grego: αμαθής
  • Italiano: ignorante
  • Japonês: 無知の
  • Coreano: 무식한
  • Norueguês: uvitende
  • Polonês: ignorancki
  • Português Europeu: ignorante
  • Romeno: ignorant
  • Russo: невежественный
  • Espanhol: ignorante
  • Sueco: okunnig
  • Tailandês: เขลา
  • Turco: cahil
  • Ucraniano: неосвічений
  • Vietnamita: dốt nát


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