Definición de naive en inglés:

naive

Saltos de línea: naive
Pronunciación: /nʌɪˈiːv
 
, nɑːˈiːv
 
/
(also naïve)

adjetivo

Derivativos

naively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The betrayal of all those promises from the foolish romance novels I read and naively maybe even pathetically believed.
  • It was one of those things and, naively, I didn't back down.
  • If I'd gone into it naively expecting everything to work out as well as it did, there's no way it would have actually happened.

naiveness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Their futures in dealing with personal relationships - romantic and otherwise - will suffer from unfamiliarity and naiveness.
  • I was a willing victim of the naiveness of youth.
  • Once again, these B-grade luxury goods sellers thrive on the naiveness of tourists.

Origen

mid 17th century: from French naïve, feminine of naïf, from Latin nativus 'native, natural'.

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