HyperDic: torpe

Español > 13 sentidos de la palabra torpe:
ADJETIVOalltorpe, desgarbado, tosconot adroit
alltorpe, corto, estúpido, lento, obtuso, pasmado, tontoslow to learn or understand
alltorpe, desgarbado, desmañado, insignificante, patosolacking grace in movement or posture
alltorpe, descuidado, despistado, despreocupado, inconsciente, olvidadizonot mindful or attentive
alltorpe, desmañadolacking social polish
alltorpe, lerdodull and slow-moving and stolid
alltorpe, chapucero, chapuzas, descuidado, manazasmarked by great carelessness
alltorpe, patosoclumsy and unskilled
alltorpe, manazaslacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands
alltorpe, grave, pesadoslow and laborious because of weight
NOMBREperson torpe, chapucero, chapuzas, desatinado, frangollón, fumbler, incapaz, incompetente, inepto, manazas, negado, patoso, tapagujeros, topo, tropezadorsomeone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
person torpea person with poor motor coordination
person torpe, calmoso, lento, lentorro, parado, simplón, tortugasomeone who moves slowly
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Sentidonot adroit.
Sinónimosdesgarbado, tosco
EspecíficodescoordinadoLacking the skillful and effective interaction of muscle movements
manazas, torpeLacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands
Tambiéndesgarbado, desmañadolacking grace or skill in manner or movement or performance
Contrariodiestro, hábilQuick or skillful or adept in action or thought
Inglésmaladroit
Catalánmaldestre
Nombresdesmaña, ineptitud, torpezaunskillfulness resulting from a lack of training
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SentidoSlow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity.
Sinónimoscorto, estúpido, lento, obtuso, pasmado, tonto
Generalcretino, estúpido, idiota, imbécil, tontolacking or marked by lack of intellectual acuity
Inglésdense, dim, dull, dumb, obtuse, slow
Catalánaturat, curt, estúpid, gamarús, lent, obtús, pallús
Nombresatraso, retraso mental, retrasolack of normal development of intellectual capacities
catetismoThe quality of being mentally slow and limited
desmaña, ineptitud, torpezaunskillfulness resulting from a lack of training
Adverbiosdensamente, espesamente, lentamente, mudamente, obtusamente, tenuemente, tontamenteIn a stupid manner
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Sentidolacking grace in movement or posture.
Sinónimosdesgarbado, desmañado, insignificante, patoso
Generaldesgarbado, desmañadolacking grace or skill in manner or movement or performance
Inglésgawky, clumsy, clunky, ungainly, unwieldy
Catalándesmanyotat, feixuc, maldestre, matusser
Nombresbobo, bruto, gawk, idiota, necio, palurdo, patán, porro, simple, tonto, zopenco, zoqueteAn awkward stupid person
desmaño, torpeza, torporThe carriage of someone whose movements and posture are extremely ungainly and inelegant
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Sentidonot mindful or attentive.
Sinónimosdescuidado, despistado, despreocupado, inconsciente, olvidadizo
EspecíficoamnésicoSuffering from a partial loss of memory
Tambiéndesatentoshowing a lack of attention or care
desmemoriado, olvidadizo(of memory) deficient in retentiveness or range
Contrarioatento, consciente, considerado, cuidadosobearing in mind
Inglésunmindful, forgetful, mindless
Nombresimprudencia, inadvertencia, insensatez, irreflexión, irresponsabilidadThe trait of forgetting or ignoring your responsibilities
mala memoria, olvidounawareness caused by neglectful or heedless failure to remember
AdverbiosinconscientementeIn a forgetful manner
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Sentidolacking social polish.
Sinónimodesmañado
Inglésgauche, graceless, unpolished
Nombreschambonada, desgarbo, desmaña, torpezaThe inelegance of someone stiff and unrelaxed (as by embarrassment / embarrassment)
descortesía, grosería, ordinariez, vulgariedadAn impolite manner that is vulgar and lacking tact or refinement
Adverbiosdescortésmente, groseramente, inexpresivamente, irreverentementeWithout grace
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Sentidodull and slow-moving and stolid; like an ox / ox.
Sinónimolerdo
Generalapagado, sosolacking in liveliness or animation
Inglésbovine
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Sentidomarked by great carelessness.
Sinónimoschapucero, chapuzas, descuidado, manazas
Generaldescuidado, irresponsable, negligentemarked by lack of attention or consideration or forethought or thoroughness
Ingléshaphazard, slapdash, slipshod, sloppy
Catalánbarroer, descuidat, maldestre, matusser, potiner, sapastre
Nombresdescuido, distracciónThe quality of not being careful or taking pains
Adverbioscasualmente, desprolijamente, fortuitamenteWithout care
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Sentidoclumsy and unskilled.
Sinónimopatoso
Generalinexpertonot having or showing or requiring special skill or proficiency / proficiency
Ingléslubberly
Nombresbobo, bruto, gawk, idiota, necio, palurdo, patán, porro, simple, tonto, zopenco, zoqueteAn awkward stupid person
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SentidoLacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands.
Sinónimomanazas
Generaldesgarbado, torpe, tosconot adroit
Inglésbumbling, bungling, butterfingered, ham-fisted, ham-handed, handless, heavy-handed, left-handed
Catalángraponer, maldestre, matusser
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SentidoSlow and laborious because of weight.
Sinónimosgrave, pesado
Inglésheavy, lumbering, ponderous
NombresponderosidadThe property of being large in mass
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Sentidosomeone who makes mistakes because of incompetence.
Sinónimoschapucero, chapuzas, desatinado, frangollón, fumbler, incapaz, incompetente, inepto, manazas, negado, patoso, tapagujeros, topo, tropezador
Generalincompetente, ineptosomeone who is not competent to take effective action
Inglésbungler, blunderer, fumbler, bumbler, stumbler, sad sack, botcher, butcher, fuckup
Catalánbarroer, destraler, potiner
Adjetivochapuceropoorly done
Verbosapelotonar, arruinar, cagarla, chapucear, estropear, joderla, pifiarmake a mess of, destroy or ruin
chapucearspoil by behaving clumsily or foolishly
colarse, cometer un error, equivocarse, meter la patamake an error
joderla, meter la pata, pecar, pifiarCommit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake
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SentidoA person with poor motor coordination.
Específicobobo, bruto, gawk, idiota, necio, palurdo, patán, porro, simple, tonto, zopenco, zoqueteAn awkward stupid person
manazassomeone who drops things (especially one who cannot catch a ball / ball)
zoqueteAn incompetent or clumsy person
Generalalguien, alguno, alma, humano, individuo, mortal, persona, ser humano, serA human being
Inglésclumsy person
Catalánbarroer, desmanyotat, negat
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Sentidosomeone who moves slowly.
Sinónimoscalmoso, lento, lentorro, parado, simplón, tortuga
Generalociososomeone who takes more time than necessary
Inglésplodder, slowpoke, stick-in-the-mud, slowcoach
Cataláncançoner, ganso, maimó, tocatardà, tortuga
Verboscaminar, ir de puntillaswalk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud

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