English translation of 'ridículo'
ridículoridícula [hiˈdʒikulu, a]
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'ridículo' 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: ludicrous ADJECTIVE
If something is ludicrous, it is foolish, unreasonable, or unsuitable.
It was ludicrous to suggest that the visit could be kept secret.
Translation of ridículo from the Collins Portuguese to English
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