stupid

ˈstju:pɪd
1. прил.
1) глупый, тупой, бестолковый;
дурацкий It was stupid of him to lie. ≈ Ему не имело смысла лгать. I was stupid to agree. ≈ Я согласился по глупости. Syn : foolish, silly, asinine, dense, dull, obtuse, thick, unintelligent Ant : bright, clever, creative, intelligent, keen, smart
2) оцепеневший
2. сущ.;
разг. дурак Syn : fool (разговорное) дурак - you little *! ах ты дурачок! глупый, тупой, бестолковый;
дурацкий - * man глупый /тупой, бестолковый/ человек - * idea нелепая идея - * error досадная ошибка - to give a * answer дать глупый /бестолковый/ ответ - to do a * thing сделать глупость - how * of me! как глупо с моей стороны! скучный - * party скучная /неинтересная/ вечеринка оцепеневший - to get /to grow/ * оцепенеть - to drink oneself * напиться до полного отупения - * with sleep осоловелый - still * from sedation еще не пришедший в себя от наркоза > as * as an owl /as a donkey, as a goose/ глуп как пробка stupid глупый, тупой, бестолковый;
дурацкий ~ разг. дурак ~ оцепеневший;
stupid with sleep осовелый ~ оцепеневший;
stupid with sleep осовелый

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • stupid — ► ADJECTIVE (stupider, stupidest) 1) lacking intelligence or common sense. 2) informal used to express exasperation or boredom: your stupid paintings! 3) dazed and unable to think clearly. DERIVATIVES stupidity noun stupidly adverb …   English terms dictionary

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