HyperDic: galimatías

Español > 4 sentidos de la palabra galimatías:
NOMBREcommunicationgalimatías, algarabía, farfulla, guirigay, jerigonzaunintelligible talking
communicationgalimatías, jerga burocrática, jerigonzaincomprehensible or pompous jargon of specialists
communicationgalimatíasa set of confused and meaningless statements
actgalimatíasa long and complicated and confusing / confusing procedure
Español > galimatías: 4 sentidos > nombre 1, communication
Sentidounintelligible talking.
Sinónimosalgarabía, farfulla, guirigay, jerigonza
Específicoabracadabragibberish and nonsense
algarabía, charloteo, jabber, monserga, parloteo, tarabillarapid and indistinct speech
ambigüedades, ambigüedad, palabras ambiguasdeliberately unintelligible gibberish
balbuceo, parloteogibberish resembling the sounds of a baby
barboteo, chorradas, chuminadas, tonteríafoolish gibberish
conjuro, mumbo jumboLanguage or ritual causing, or intending to cause, confusion
embarullo, jerigonzaAn incomprehensible talk
Generaldespropósito, disparate, hokum, nonsense, sinsentido, tonteríaA message that seems to convey no meaning / meaning
Inglésgibberish, gibber
Catalángalimaties, guirigall
Verbosfarfullar, hablar incoherentementechatter inarticulately
Español > galimatías: 4 sentidos > nombre 2, communication
Sentidoincomprehensible or pompous jargon of specialists.
Sinónimosjerga burocrática, jerigonza
GeneraljergaSpecialized technical terminology characteristic of a particular subject / subject
Inglésgobbledygook
Español > galimatías: 4 sentidos > nombre 3, communication
SentidoA set of confused and meaningless statements.
Generaldespropósito, disparate, hokum, nonsense, sinsentido, tonteríaA message that seems to convey no meaning / meaning
Inglésrigmarole, rigamarole
Catalángalimaties
Español > galimatías: 4 sentidos > nombre 4, act
SentidoA long and complicated and confusing / confusing procedure.
Generalprocedimiento, procesoA particular course of action intended to achieve a result
Inglésrigmarole, rigamarole

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