English translation of 'insolente'
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'insolente' in Other Languages
British English: defiant ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is defiant, you mean they show aggression or independence by refusing to obey someone.
The players are in defiant mood as they prepare for tomorrow's game.
British English: impudent ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as impudent, you mean they are rude or disrespectful, or do something they have no right to do.
Some of them were impudent and insulting.
British English: insolent ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is being insolent, you mean they are being rude to someone they ought to be respectful to.
...her insolent stare.
Translation of insolente from the Collins Portuguese to English
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