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halfwit
American English: /ˈhæfˌwɪt/
British English: /ˈhɑːfwɪt/

Translation of halfwit in Spanish:

noun

  • tonto, (-ta) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • He is a cretin's cretin, a halfwit, an ignoramus in every respect.
    • And the next thing you know, you've got ignorant halfwits claiming that the ACLU is suing stores to stop them from saying Merry Christmas.
    • Not only are you the idiot of the month, you're the braindead cretin of the month and the muddleheaded halfwit of the month as well.

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