Definition of foolish Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.
Being foolish once in a while does not make one a foolish person.
2. Resembling or characteristic of a fool.
Being foolish once in a while does not make one a foolish person.
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English - English - foolish Pronunciation
adj. stupid, silly; nonsensical, idiotic
English - Spanish - foolish Pronunciation
adj. bobo, alelado, badulaque, estúpido, idiota, lelo, necio, pavisoso, pavitonto, absurdo, irracional, ridículo; imprudente, insensato
English - French - foolish Pronunciation
adj. stupide, absurde, idiot, sot
English - German - foolish Pronunciation
adj. albern, dumm
English - Italian - foolish Pronunciation
agg. sciocco, stolto; insensato; banale; idiota, stupido, scemo
English - Portuguese - foolish Pronunciation
adj. tolo, imbecil, néscio; tonto; imprudente; ridículo
English - Russian - foolish Pronunciation
прил. глупый, безрассудный, бессмысленный, дурацкий, дурашливый
English - Turkish - foolish Pronunciation
s. aptal, sersem, enayi, akılsız, ahmak, aptalca, saçma, gülünç
English - Dutch - foolish Pronunciation
bn. dwaas; dom; stom
English - Greek - foolish Pronunciation
επίθ. ανόητος, άμυαλος, μωρός
English - Chinese - foolish Pronunciation
(形) 愚蠢的, 傻的
English - Chinese - foolish Pronunciation
(形) 愚蠢的, 傻的
English - Japanese - foolish Pronunciation
(形) 愚かな; こっけいな
English - Korean - foolish Pronunciation
형. 어리석은


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Synonyms for foolish
1. absurd: imbecilic, frivolous, foolhardy, useless, imprudent, irrational
2. asinine: balmy, dull, crazy, fatuous, dilly, inane, senseless