English translation of 'ingênuo'
ingênuoingênua [ı̃ˈʒenwu, a]
1. ingenuous, naïve
2. (comentário) harmless
masculine noun, feminine noun
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'ingênuo' in Other Languages
British English: naive /naɪˈiːv/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as naive, you think they lack experience, causing them to expect things to be uncomplicated or easy, or people to be honest or kind when they are not.
I was naive to think they would agree.
- American English: naive
- Arabic: سَاذَجٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ingênuo
- Chinese: 天真的
- Croatian: naivan
- Czech: naivní
- Danish: naiv
- Dutch: naïef
- European Spanish: ingenuo
- Finnish: naiivi
- French: naïf
- German: naiv
- Greek: αφελής
- Italian: ingenuo
- Japanese: うぶな
- Korean: 순진한
- Norwegian: naiv
- Polish: naiwny
- European Portuguese: ingénuo
- Romanian: naiv
- Russian: наивный
- Spanish: ingenuo
- Swedish: naiv
- Thai: ไม่มีเล่ห์เหลี่ยม ไม่มีมารยา
- Turkish: saf
- Ukrainian: наївний
- Vietnamese: ngây thơ
British English: wide-eyed ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as wide-eyed, you mean that they are inexperienced and innocent, and may be easily impressed.
This generation has lost a lot of its wide-eyed innocence.
Translation of ingênuo from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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