Definitions and translations for "moronic"

Definition of moronic

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Adjective
1. Having a mental age of between seven and twelve years
2. Behaving in the manner of a moron; idiotic; stupid
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English - English - moronic

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adj. mentally deficient, retarded; foolish, stupid, idiotic, imbecilic (Informal)

English - Spanish - moronic

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adj. retrasado mental, idiota

English - French - moronic

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adj. retardé mentalement, ayant un problème mental; idiot, stupide, imbécile (Informel)

English - German - moronic

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adj. geistesschwach, debil

English - Indonesian - moronic

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a. pandir, tolol

English - Italian - moronic

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agg. (Med) affetto da imbecillità; (fam) deficiente, cretino

English - Polish - moronic

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a. kretyński

English - Portuguese - moronic

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adj. imbecil, tapado

English - Russian - moronic

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идиотский; слабоумный

English - Turkish - moronic

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s. geri zekâlı gibi

English - Ukrainian - moronic

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a. недоумкуватий, ідіотський

English - Dutch - moronic

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bn. zwakzinnig, debiel; van (voor) idioten

English - Greek - moronic

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επίθ. βλακώδης, ηλίθιος

English - Arabic - moronic

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‏مغفل، غبي‏

English - Chinese - moronic

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(形) 低能的; 鲁钝的

English - Chinese - moronic

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(形) 低能的; 魯鈍的

English - Japanese - moronic

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(形) 低能の

English - Korean - moronic

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형. 우둔한, 저능의; 어리석은(구어)
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Synonyms for moronic
foolish: retarded, backward, dull, dim-witted, half-witted, imbecile