English to Welsh Meaning :: foolish

Foolish :
ffôl
- ffôlffôlffolineb
 

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Adjective(1) devoid of good sense or judgment(2) having or revealing stupidity

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(1) He understood that it would be bad and foolish to risk everything for stubborn pride.(2) I was foolish enough to believe that someone like him could ever be interested in someone like me.(3) I wanted to prove to him that I was not just a little foolish girl.(4) I think it was rather foolish on your part not to ask who you were speaking to.(5) Byron always longed for adventure, but this idea just seemed foolish to him.(6) In practice, prospective partners would be foolish to ignore the interests of either institution.(7) The Government would be very unwise and foolish to attempt to get rid of her.(8) She had been so foolish to think she could fall in love with another.(9) Equally it is foolish to pretend that private drug taking imposes no harm on society.(10) The Titans came, and foolish mortals sought power in strange places.(11) We are very foolish to let this pass in any instance.(12) Neither of us can afford to lose our positions here over a foolish mistake.(13) No one is foolish enough to believe that we have an equitable system at the moment.(14) Of course, it may be foolish to assume that the two references to peace present an irreconcilable contradiction.(15) Outsiders have no right to demand it, and the church would be very foolish to try and provide it.(16) If such promises have been made, the administration would be foolish to believe them.
Related Words
(1) be foolish ::
yn ffôl
Synonyms
Adjective
1. stupid ::
dwp
2. silly ::
gwirion
3. idiotic ::
ddwl
4. witless ::
witless
5. brainless ::
brainless
6. vacuous ::
difeddwl
7. mindless ::
difeddwl
8. unintelligent ::
anneallus
9. thoughtless ::
difeddwl
10. half-baked ::
hanner-pobi
11. harebrained ::
harebrained
12. imprudent ::
annoeth
13. incautious ::
incautious
14. injudicious ::
annoeth
15. unwise ::
annoeth
16. ill-advised ::
annoeth
17. ill-considered ::
anystyriol
18. impolitic ::
impolitic
19. rash ::
brech
20. reckless ::
di-hid
21. foolhardy ::
rhyfygus
22. daft ::
wirion
23. dumb ::
fud
24. dim ::
dim
27. thick ::
trwchus
28. crack-brained ::
agenna-brained
29. crackpot ::
crackpot
30. pea-brained ::
pys-brained
31. wooden-headed ::
bren-dan y pennawd
32. dumb-ass ::
twpsyn
Antonyms
1. judicious ::
ddoeth
2. prudent ::
darbodus
3. sagacious ::
ei ddoethineb
4. sage ::
saets
5. sane ::
gall
6. sapient ::
SAPIENT
7. sensible ::
synhwyrol
8. sound ::
sain
9. wise ::
doeth
Different Forms
foolish, foolishly, foolishness
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"pretty darn FOOLISH right now. I'm talking about you,

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 23


Let\'s pay them off!
MAN: Foolish!

Let's pay them off! MAN: Foolish!

Vikings Season 1, Episode 7


from spending your money
on foolish expenses.

from spending your money on FOOLISH expenses.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 17


a great risk for the plan,\\Nfour would be extremely foolish.\0

a great risk for the plan,
four would be extremely FOOLISH.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 12


and it is foolish to try and compare them.

and it is FOOLISH to try and compare them.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8


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