Definición de dunce en inglés:

dunce

Saltos de línea: dunce
Pronunciación: /dʌns
 
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sustantivo

A person who is slow at learning; a stupid person: he was baffled by arithmetic and they called him a dunce at school
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I'm such a dunce walking into a stupid place like this but its not like they could identify me.
  • But depression returned when we kept thinking it was dominated by ignorant dunces.
  • And I think I can say, with all fairness, that the management thinks I'm an air-headed dunce.
Sinónimos
fool, idiot, stupid person, simpleton, halfwit, ignoramus, oaf, dolt, dullard, moron, imbecile, cretin
British informal wally, numpty, berk, twerp, twonk, divvy, nit, mug, pillock, wazzock, silly billy
North American informal doofus, goof, goofball, schmuck, putz, bozo, boob, lamer, lummox, turkey, wing nut
Australian/New Zealand informal galah, drongo, dingbat
British vulgar slang knobhead
North American vulgar slang asshat

Origen

early 16th century: originally an epithet for a follower of John Duns Scotus ( see Duns Scotus, John), whose followers were ridiculed by 16th-century humanists and reformers as enemies of learning.

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