Definición de bêtise en inglés:

bêtise

Saltos de línea: bêt¦ise
Pronunciación: /beɪˈtiːz
 
, bɛˈtiːz, betiz/

sustantivo

A foolish or ill-timed remark or action: in spite of her bêtise about striped suits he saw her point of view
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • (Nanfang Daily) Yet another piece of bêtise: A plastic goods factory took advantage of the summer vacation to hire youth workers, including many of whom are under 16 years old.
  • This is a special issue on bêtises d' enfance (childhood high jinks, goof ups and silly mistakes).
  • Here are examples of what we call ‘faire des bêtises’ in French.

Origen

French, 'stupidity', from bête 'foolish'.

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