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asinine
American English: /ˈæsəˌnaɪn/
British English: /ˈasɪnʌɪn/

Translation of asinine in Spanish:

adjective

  • [literary]
    (person)
    asinine remark/action
    Example sentences
    • A contestant makes a truly asinine remark and the boredom abates slightly, even as annoyance levels are soaring.
    • Each interview conducted by a HR specialist was asinine in the extreme, without exception.
    • However, all of his blind, asinine nonsense was going to be put to an end.

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