Definición de puerile en inglés:

puerile

Saltos de línea: puer|ile
Pronunciación: /ˈpjʊərʌɪl
 
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adjetivo

Childishly silly and immature: a puerile argument
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • No puerile, childish criticisms will diminish their importance, nor minimise their influence on our national psyche.
  • This whole project sounds like the most puerile, childish and willfully obnoxious cinematic venture in years.
  • When we see our politicians acting in such a puerile and childish manner is it any wonder the country is awash with apathy and cynicism?

Origen

late 16th century (in the sense 'like a boy'): from French puéril or Latin puerilis, from puer 'boy'.

Derivativos

puerilely

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He called Barth's Giles Goat-Boy ‘all but unreadable… and like much of our ‘new fiction’ puerilely obscene.’
  • If you find the idea that mothers shape their children's ‘whole’ lives original rather than simultaneously banal and puerilely overstated, then Barnes & Noble, here you come!

puerility

Pronunciación: /-ˈrɪlɪti/
sustantivo (plural puerilities)
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This ‘tit-for-tat’ mentality that permeates the highest levels of the society not only exposes the puerility of our politicians, but it undermines the spirit of the Constitution.
  • Yet most are uniform not only in their puerility of perspective but in their stale language and ideas (not to mention the distance they keep from any hint of meter or rhyme).
  • The sheer puerility of the stuff is precisely a combination of banality with evil: a preference for dictatorship larded with obscenity and fatuity.

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