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flippant
American English: /ˈflɪpənt/
British English: /ˈflɪp(ə)nt/

Translation of flippant in Spanish:

adjective

  • (remark)
    poco serio
    he was very flippant about his mother's illness/losing his job
    se tomaba la enfermedad de su madre/lo de perder el trabajo muy a la ligera
    Example sentences
    • My boss was very supportive and saw the same flippant attitude I did when she spoke to them.
    • In the end the flippant attitude to the lack of car parking will have disastrous consequences for businesses in Skipton.
    • Behind the flippant name hides a serious message about religious ignorance.

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