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facile
American English: /ˈfæsəl/
British English: /ˈfasʌɪl/
, /ˈfasɪl/

Translation of facile in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • Ideological polarizations on educational issues tend to be facile and premature.
    • Thus, one of the fundamental problems with educational reform is that policymakers often neglect to address core social problems and instead attack peripheral issues with facile solutions.
    • However, generalizations and facile strategies are often what the public wants to hear, despite what theory and research have shown us about the complexity of classroom environments.

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