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ridiculous
American English: /rəˈdɪkjələs/
British English: /rɪˈdɪkjʊləs/

Translation of ridiculous in Spanish:

adjective

  • (appearance/situation)
    I know it sounds ridiculous
    ya sé que parece ridículo
    she made me look ridiculous
    me hizo quedar en ridículo
    they're asking a ridiculous price
    es ridículo lo que piden
    furniture at ridiculous prices
    muebles a precios de risa
    Example sentences
    • Just as he has the right to ask for a ridiculous rent increase, you have the right to fight it.
    • The discussion about everything else we should be blaming and banning is just ridiculous.
    • Why are we not aware of the ridiculous amounts spent on such white elephants?

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