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Traducciones detalladas de innocent de inglés a español


innocent adj.

  1. innocent (guiltless; blameless)

Translation Matrix for innocent:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- inexperienced person
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- barren; clean-handed; destitute; devoid; free; guiltless; impeccant; ingenuous; innocuous; sinless; unacquainted
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- harmless
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
cándido blameless; guiltless; innocent as a child; believing; credulous; genuine; gullible; heartfelt; naive; naïve; pristine; pure; simple; sincere; trustful; trusting; upright; virginal; wide-eyed
inocente blameless; guiltless; innocent as a child; chaste; harmless; immaculate; impeccable; naive; natural; naïve; pristine; pure; simple; spotless; unspoiled; untainted; virginal; wide-eyed
inofensivo blameless; guiltless; innocent harmless; without danger; without risk

Palabras relacionadas con "innocent":

  • innocenter, innocentest, innocently

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Definiciones relacionadas de "innocent":

  1. (used of things) lacking sense or awareness1
    • fine innocent weather1
  2. completely wanting or lacking1
    • innocent of literary merit1
  3. lacking intent or capacity to injure1
    • an innocent prank1
  4. not knowledgeable about something specified1
    • American tourists wholly innocent of French1
  5. free from evil or guilt1
    • an innocent child1
    • the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty1
  6. lacking in sophistication or worldliness1
    • a child's innocent stare1
  7. free from sin1
  8. a person who lacks knowledge of evil1

Wiktionary: innocent

  1. pure, free from sin, untainted

Cross Translation:
innocent inocente onschuldig — niet schuldig
innocent ingenuo; cándido naïfnaturel, ingénu, sans fard, sans apprêt, sans artifice.

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