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klutz

Saltos de línea: klutz
Pronunciación: /klʌts
 
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Definición de klutz en inglés:

sustantivo

informal , chiefly North American
A clumsy, awkward, or foolish person.
Example sentences
  • I hate to tell you this dearie, but Cody's always been a bit of a clumsy klutz.
  • My mom was upset, but Kim and I started giggling because we know we're both such klutzes.
  • Almost fell in Dunkin’ Donuts because the silver sandals are slippery and I'm a klutz.

Origen

1960s: from Yiddish klots 'wooden block'.

Derivados

klutziness

1
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • How many times are you going to make me relive my own klutziness?
  • After I speculated about my incredible stupidity and klutziness I stumbled into my room and managed to throw on a skirt and a top before a throbbing pain took over my head.
  • But the humor of Da Ali G Show runs deeper than the malapropisms and awkward klutziness of the characters would seem to indicate.

klutzy

2
adjetivo (klutzier, klutziest)
Example sentences
  • This New York comedy teams him with Sandra Bullock, in full ditzy, klutzy mode: pushing the hair out of her eyes, being distracted, falling over things, etc.
  • No, I've actually never seen her do anything that's klutzy, she seems pretty poised.
  • I've always been kind of a klutzy person.

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