HyperDic: crédulo

Español > 4 sentidos de la palabra crédulo:
ADJETIVOallcrédulodisposed to believe on little evidence
allcrédulo, confiado, ingenuo, inocentenaive and easily deceived or tricked
allcréduloshowing a lack of judgment or experience
NOMBREperson crédulo, ababol, ingenuo, inocente, simple, simplóna person lacking intelligence or common sense
Español > crédulo: 4 sentidos > adjetivo 1
Sentidodisposed to believe on little evidence.
Específicoincondicionalnot inclined to ask questions
TambiénconfiadoInclined to believe or confide readily
cándidomarked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly / worldly experience
Contrarioincrédulonot disposed or willing to believe
Ingléscredulous
Cataláncrèdul
Nombrescandidez, credulidadtendency to believe too readily and therefore / therefore to be easily deceived / deceived
credulidadtendency to believe readily
Español > crédulo: 4 sentidos > adjetivo 2
Sentidonaive and easily deceived or tricked.
Sinónimosconfiado, ingenuo, inocente
Generalcándidomarked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly / worldly experience
Inglésfleeceable, green, gullible
Catalánconfiat, crèdul, ingenu, innocent
Nombrescandidez, credulidadtendency to believe too readily and therefore / therefore to be easily deceived / deceived
Español > crédulo: 4 sentidos > adjetivo 3
Sentidoshowing a lack of judgment or experience.
Generalcándidomarked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly / worldly experience
Ingléscredulous
Nombrescandidez, credulidadtendency to believe too readily and therefore / therefore to be easily deceived / deceived
credulidadtendency to believe readily
Español > crédulo: 4 sentidos > nombre 1, person
SentidoA person lacking intelligence or common sense.
Sinónimosababol, ingenuo, inocente, simple, simplón
Específicoalcornoque, atún, bobales, bobalicón, bobo, bodoque, borrico, cateto, cebollino, ceporro, cernícalo, ganso, gaznápiro, imbécil, lechuzo, lila, majadero, memo, mentecato, percebe, simple, tarado, tontaina, tontorrón, vaina, zopenco, zoteA stupid incompetent person
alocado, cabeza de chorlito, cascabelero, danzante, desmemoriado, despistado, saltarín, tolondro, tolondrónA flighty and disorganized person
badulaque, bobalicón, bobo, fantoche, memo, mentecato, panoli, papanatas, popa, primo, tonto, zoqueteA stupid foolish person
berzotas, capullo, ceporro, chabón, estafermo, inflagaitas, lila, merluzo, ninchi, pavipollo, pendejo, percebe, piernas, soplagaitas, tontosomeone who is regarded as contemptible
bobalicón, bobo, memo, palurdo, tarugo, tonto, zoqueteAn ignorant or foolish person
bobo, corto, imbécil, necio, tontoA person who lacks good judgment
bobo, corto, cretino, estúpido, idiota, imbécil, memo, necio, retardado, retrasado, tontoA person of subnormal intelligence
cabeza de chorlito, cabeza huecaA flighty scatterbrained / scatterbrained simpleton
calabaza, camueso, ciruelo, estúpido, gaznápiro, idiota, jumento, mastuerzo, mendrugo, peruétano, tontoA person who is not very bright
deficiente mental, subnormalA person of less than normal intelligence
idiot savantperson who is mentally retarded in general but who displays remarkable aptitude in some limited field (usually involving memory)
mentecato, simplon(Yiddish) a timid unfortunate simpleton
schlemiel(Yiddish) a dolt who is a habitual bungler
Generalalguien, alguno, alma, humano, individuo, mortal, persona, ser humano, serA human being
Ingléssimpleton, simple
Cataláncapsigrany, crèdul, enze, ingenu, innocent, simple

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