Translation of ingenuous in Spanish:

ingenuous

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdʒenjuəs/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (naive) ingenuo 1.2 (frank, open) cándido, franco
    More example sentences
    • I assure you, I'm neither ingenuous or disingenuous or naive here.
    • Sometimes the reviewer knows nothing of the author or the reputation in which a book comes wrapped, the result being a rare, ingenuous honesty.
    • It had a sly, ingenuous surface, the charming and amusing thoughts of a group of seven-year-olds ruminating on sex, money, school, race, love, mum and dad, the future and each other.

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