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American English: /ˈsiˌnaɪl/
, /ˈsɛnaɪl/
British English: /ˈsiːnʌɪl/

Translation of senile in Spanish:


  • chocho [colloquial]
    grandma's going a bit senile
    la abuela chochea un poco or está un poco chocha [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Mr. Jared still lives in that house, now all alone, and the last I heard he was senile in old age, half crazy and awaiting death each day.
    • Ten minutes can be a very long time if one has to listen to someone go on about the digestive disorder their senile aunt suffered from a few months back.
    • I am a senior and when I try to tell the younger generation what really happened they smile and more or less give the idea that old people are senile and the good people of the US would never have committed such an unforgivable sin.
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