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skeptic

Pronunciation: /ˈskeptɪk/
, (British English/inglés británico) sceptic

Translation of skeptic in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • escéptico, (masculine, feminine) she's a bit of a skeptic es algo escéptica
    Example sentences
    • How does he gain by fortressing himself and his administration away from critics, skeptics, and questioners?
    • He accepts there remain sceptics and doubters concerning the present Dublin side.
    • Cynics and sceptics raised uncomfortable questions, and found serious flaws with the script.

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