HyperDic: inocente

Español > 12 sentidos de la palabra inocente:
ADJETIVOallinocente, ingenuocharacterized by an inability to mask your feelings
allinocentefree from evil or guilt
allinocente, angelical, angélico, cándido, querúbico, seráficohaving a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub
allinocente, confiado, crédulo, ingenuonaive and easily deceived or tricked
allinocente, ingenuolacking in sophistication or worldliness
allinocente, innocente, inocua, inocuolacking intent or capacity to injure / injure
allinocente, infantil, ingenuoexhibiting childlike simplicity and credulity
allinocentefree from sin
NOMBREperson inocente, ababol, crédulo, ingenuo, simple, simplóna person lacking intelligence or common sense
person inocente, inexperto, ingenuoa person who lacks knowledge of evil
person inocente, ingenuaan artless innocent young girl (especially as portrayed on the stage)
person inocente, naifa naive or inexperienced person
Español > inocente: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 1
SentidoCharacterized by an inability to mask your feelings; not devious.
Sinónimoingenuo
Específicoabierto, cándido, francoopenly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness
Tambiéncándidomarked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly / worldly experience
honesto, honorable, sinceronot disposed to cheat or defraud
sinceroopen and genuine
Contrarioartero, artificiosa, astuto, falsa, falso, insincera, insincero, mañoso, poco sinceronot straightforward or candid / candid
Inglésingenuous, artless
Nombresingenuidad, inocencia, naturalidadThe quality of innocent naivete
ingenuidadopenly straightforward or frank
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SentidoFree from evil or guilt.
Específicoabsuelto, exculpado, exoneradoFreed from any question of guilt
absuelto, exculpadodeclared not guilty of a specific offense or crime
impecable, inculpable, intachable, irreprochableFree of guilt
TambiénexculpatorioClearing of guilt or blame
honrado, justo, rectoCharacterized by or proceeding from accepted standards of morality or justice
ContrarioculpableResponsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act
Inglésinnocent, guiltless, clean-handed
Cataláninnocent
NombresinocenciaA state or condition of being innocent of a specific crime or offense
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SentidoHaving a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub.
Sinónimosangelical, angélico, cándido, querúbico, seráfico
Generaladorable, amable, simpáticoHaving characteristics / characteristics that attract love or affection
Inglésangelic, angelical, cherubic, seraphic, sweet
Catalánangèlic, angelical, càndid, innocent, seràfic
Nombrescarácter agradableThe quality of giving pleasure
serafínAn angel of the first order
ángel, mensajero de Diosspiritual being attendant upon God
ángel, santoperson of exceptional holiness
Adverbiosabemoladamente, angelicalmente, dulcemente, gustosamente, ricamente, sabrosamenteIn an affectionate or loving manner ('sweet' is sometimes a poetic or informal variant of 'sweetly')
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Sentidonaive and easily deceived or tricked.
Sinónimosconfiado, crédulo, ingenuo
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
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Sentidolacking in sophistication or worldliness.
Sinónimoingenuo
Generalcándidomarked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly / worldly experience
Inglésinnocent, ingenuous
Cataláninnocent
Nombresingenuidad, inocencia, naturalidadThe quality of innocent naivete
Adverbiosingenuamente, inocentementeIn a naively innocent manner
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Sentidolacking intent or capacity to injure / injure.
Sinónimosinnocente, inocua, inocuo
Generalinocuo, inofensivonot causing or capable of causing harm
Inglésinnocent, innocuous
Cataláninnocent
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SentidoExhibiting childlike simplicity and credulity.
Sinónimosinfantil, ingenuo
Generalcándidomarked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly / worldly experience
Ingléschildlike, wide-eyed, round-eyed, dewy-eyed, simple
NombressimplicidadA lack of penetration or subtlety
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SentidoFree from sin.
Generalvirtuosomorally excellent
Inglésimpeccant, innocent, sinless
Cataláninnocent
NombrespurezaThe state of being unsullied by sin or moral wrong
Español > inocente: 12 sentidos > nombre 1, person
SentidoA person lacking intelligence or common sense.
Sinónimosababol, crédulo, ingenuo, 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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SentidoA person who lacks knowledge of evil.
Sinónimosinexperto, ingenuo
Específicodoncella, doncel, señorita, virgenA person who has never / never had sex
inocente, naifA naive or inexperienced person
Generalalguien, alguno, alma, humano, individuo, mortal, persona, ser humano, serA human being
Inglésinnocent, inexperienced person
Cataláninexpert, ingenu, innocent
Español > inocente: 12 sentidos > nombre 3, person
SentidoAn artless innocent young girl (especially as portrayed on the stage).
Sinónimoingenua
Generaljuvenil, menorA young person, not fully developed
Inglésingenue
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SentidoA naive or inexperienced person.
Sinónimonaif
Generalinexperto, ingenuo, inocenteA person who lacks knowledge of evil
Inglésnaif

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