Translation of dumb in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (temporarily silent) See examples: to remain dumbto be struck dumbpermanecer en silencio or callado1.2 (unable to speak) [dated or offensive] she's deaf and dumbquedarse mudo or sin hablaes sordomudaExample sentences
- Any blind or dumb person knows how unsafe it is in this land known as paradise.
- When the devil had come out, the dumb man began to speak.
- Then we have a black girl who's built like the rest, and she's dumb, she can't speak, she uses sign language.
- Sara felt herself pitying the poor, dumb creature.
- The bovine reference seems apt since I keep standing like a dumb beast on the wrong side of escalators, and walking down footpaths on the wrong side so that people have to go round me.
- Another dumb creature has also been in the limelight.
- 2 (stupid) how dumb can you get?!that was a dumb thing to do/say¿cómo puedes ser tan tonto or [colloquial] bobo?I can't get the dumb thing to work¡qué tontería haber hecho/dicho eso!to act dumbno logro hacer que funcione esta porquería [colloquial]she played the dumb blondehacerse el tonto or [colloquial] el bobohacía el papel de la típica rubia tontaExample sentences
- I couldn't tell if he was being stupid, dumb, or idiotic.
- ‘You're so slow and stupid and dumb,’ she grumbled, opening it and taking out a pencil.
- Throughout the years, I've had personal contact with some folks that were heavy dope smokers and I always thought they were just extra dumb or extra stupid.
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