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torpe

  • 1 torpe

    adj.
    1 clumsy (sin destreza, sin tacto).
    sus movimientos son torpes her movements are clumsy
    torpe con las manos ham-fisted(que rompe las cosas) (especially British), ham-handed; (United States) butter-fingered (que deja caer las cosas)
    es muy torpe conduciendo he's a terrible driver
    2 slow, dim-witted (sin inteligencia).
    3 importunate.
    f. & m.
    clumsy person, blunderer, butterfingers, blunderhead.
    * * *
    torpe
    adjetivo
    1 (poco hábil) clumsy
    2 (de movimiento) slow, awkward
    3 (poco inteligente) dim, thick
    * * *
    adj.
    1) awkward, clumsy
    2) dull
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=poco ágil) [persona] clumsy; [movimiento] ungainly

    ¡qué torpe eres, ya me has vuelto a pisar! — you're so clumsy, you've trodden on my foot again!

    un hombre de torpes andares — a man with an ungainly walk

    2) (=necio) dim, slow

    soy muy torpe para la informática — I'm very dim o slow when it comes to computers

    es bastante torpe y nunca entiende las lecciones — he's a bit dim o slow, he never understands the lessons

    3) (=sin tacto) clumsy

    ¡qué torpe soy! me temo que la he ofendido — how clumsy o stupid of me! I'm afraid I've offended her

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    adjetivo
    a) (en las acciones) clumsy; (al andar) awkward

    un animal lerdo y torpe — a slow, ungainly animal

    b) (de entendimiento) slow (colloq)
    c) (sin tacto) <persona/comentario> clumsy

    de manera torpe — clumsily

    * * *
    = clumsy [clumsier -comp., clumsiest -sup.], gauche, dull, heavy-handed, gawky, ham-handed, ham-fisted, clotted, awkward.
    Ex. Such solutions after repeated application cause the catalog to become a clumsy, inefficient tool, and serve only to compound future problems.
    Ex. But influence of the gauche Aldine greek of the 1490s, and then of the superb reinterpretations of Garamont (1540s) and Granjon (1560s), was irresistible.
    Ex. Then there are those children made to think themselves failures because of the hammer-blow terms like dull, backward, retarded, underprivileged, disadvantaged, handicapped, less able, slow, rejected, remedial, reluctant, disturbed.
    Ex. The often heavy-handed paternalism of Soviet children's literature is being challenged and children are being entrusted with real situations and real problems rather than the idealistic, rose-coloured version of reality previously thought suitable for them.
    Ex. His zany humor, gawky production, and sexual exhibitionism have grown in this new film into a confident, ironic account of a world in which it pays to be rich and beautiful.
    Ex. The League of Nations was a comically ham-handed debacle which collapsed in complete failure, disgracing all who were associated with it.
    Ex. They must ponder how not only to prevent such tragedies in future, but also to avoid worsening them through ham-fisted intervention.
    Ex. Although he occasionally lapses into a sort of clotted prose, his book is a valuable study of McLuhan's cultural and geographical context.
    Ex. Access is impaired by archaic, awkward, or simply strange headings that most normal persons would never look for on their first try.
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    * de una manera torpe = awkwardly, cumbrously.
    * ser torpe con las manos = be all thumbs.
    * ser torpe para + Infinitivo = be deficient in + Gerundio.
    * torpes, los = dull-witted, the.
    * * *
    adjetivo
    a) (en las acciones) clumsy; (al andar) awkward

    un animal lerdo y torpe — a slow, ungainly animal

    b) (de entendimiento) slow (colloq)
    c) (sin tacto) <persona/comentario> clumsy

    de manera torpe — clumsily

    * * *
    = clumsy [clumsier -comp., clumsiest -sup.], gauche, dull, heavy-handed, gawky, ham-handed, ham-fisted, clotted, awkward.

    Ex: Such solutions after repeated application cause the catalog to become a clumsy, inefficient tool, and serve only to compound future problems.

    Ex: But influence of the gauche Aldine greek of the 1490s, and then of the superb reinterpretations of Garamont (1540s) and Granjon (1560s), was irresistible.
    Ex: Then there are those children made to think themselves failures because of the hammer-blow terms like dull, backward, retarded, underprivileged, disadvantaged, handicapped, less able, slow, rejected, remedial, reluctant, disturbed.
    Ex: The often heavy-handed paternalism of Soviet children's literature is being challenged and children are being entrusted with real situations and real problems rather than the idealistic, rose-coloured version of reality previously thought suitable for them.
    Ex: His zany humor, gawky production, and sexual exhibitionism have grown in this new film into a confident, ironic account of a world in which it pays to be rich and beautiful.
    Ex: The League of Nations was a comically ham-handed debacle which collapsed in complete failure, disgracing all who were associated with it.
    Ex: They must ponder how not only to prevent such tragedies in future, but also to avoid worsening them through ham-fisted intervention.
    Ex: Although he occasionally lapses into a sort of clotted prose, his book is a valuable study of McLuhan's cultural and geographical context.
    Ex: Access is impaired by archaic, awkward, or simply strange headings that most normal persons would never look for on their first try.
    * de una manera torpe = awkwardly, cumbrously.
    * ser torpe con las manos = be all thumbs.
    * ser torpe para + Infinitivo = be deficient in + Gerundio.
    * torpes, los = dull-witted, the.

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    torpe
    adjective
    1 (en las acciones) clumsy; (al andar) awkward
    la anciana andaba de manera torpe the old lady moved awkwardly
    un animal lerdo y torpe a slow, ungainly animal
    2 (de entendimiento) slow (colloq), dim (colloq)
    es torpe para las matemáticas he's very slow o dim at math(s)
    ¡qué torpe soy! I'm so stupid o slow o dim!
    3 (sin tacto) ‹persona/comentario› clumsy
    se disculpó de manera torpe she excused herself clumsily
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    torpe adjetivo
    a) (en las acciones) clumsy

    b) (de entendimiento) slow (colloq)

    c) (sin tacto) ‹persona/comentarioclumsy;

    de manera torpe clumsily

    torpe adjetivo
    1 (poco habilidoso) clumsy
    2 (comentario, gesto) clumsy
    3 (en el andar, etc) slow, awkward
    4 (de entendimiento) soy un poco torpe para la física, I'm not very good at physics
    pey (como insulto) dim, dense, thick
    'torpe' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    calamidad
    - manta
    - ganso
    - inhábil
    - lerdo
    - sonado
    English:
    awkward
    - bumbling
    - clumsy
    - dense
    - gauche
    - heavy-handed
    - inept
    - laboured
    - oops!
    - slow
    - whoops
    - bungling
    - cumbersome
    - dull
    - heavy
    - klutz
    - labored
    - lumber
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    torpe adj
    1. [sin destreza] [persona] clumsy;
    [dedos, andares] clumsy, awkward;
    sus movimientos son torpes her movements are clumsy;
    escrito en torpes trazos infantiles written with clumsy childish handwriting;
    torpe con las manos [que rompe las cosas] esp Br ham-fisted, US ham-handed;
    [que deja caer las cosas] butter-fingered;
    con los años estoy torpe ya I'm getting clumsy as I get older;
    es muy torpe en dibujo he's not very good at drawing;
    es muy torpe Esp [m5]conduciendo o Am [m5]manejando he's a terrible driver
    2. [sin tacto] [gestos, palabras, comportamiento] clumsy
    3. [sin inteligencia] slow, dim-witted
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    torpe
    adj clumsy; (tonto) dense, dim
    * * *
    torpe adj
    1) desmañado: clumsy, awkward
    2) : stupid, dull
    torpemente adv
    * * *
    torpe adj
    1. (manazas) clumsy [comp. clumsier; superl. clumsiest]
    soy muy torpe en la cocina I'm clumsy in the kitchen
    2. (lento) slow
    es torpe en mates he's slow at maths

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 2 torpe

    'tɔrpe
    adj
    1) (fig) ungeschickt, tollpatschig, unbeholfen
    2) (modales) eckig
    3) (lerdo) plump, schwerfällig
    adjetivo
    1. [poco ágil] schwerfällig
    2. [poco hábil] ungeschickt
    3. [tonto] blöd
    4. [inoportuno] plump
    torpe
    torpe ['torpe]
    adjetivo
    num1num (pesado) schwerfällig
    num2num (inhábil) ungeschickt
    num3num (obsceno) unzüchtig

    Diccionario Español-Alemán

  • 3 torpe

    adj
    1) тяжело́, с трудо́м дви́гающийся, повора́чивающийся; неповоро́тливый

    la llave está torpe — ключ зае́ло, тж заеда́ет

    torpe de movimientos — неуклю́жий, нело́вкий (в движе́ниях)

    2) тупо́й; ограни́ченный; бестолко́вый

    Diccionario Español-Ruso de Uso Moderno

  • 4 torpe

    adj
    1) неумелый
    2) неловкий; неуклюжий
    3) тупой, тупоумный, туго соображающий
    4) непристойный
    5) развратный; похотливый
    6) гнусный, мерзкий
    7) грубый, неотделанный, некрасивый
    8) юр. противозаконный

    БИРС

  • 5 torpe

    прил.
    1) общ. бестолковый, неотделанный, неотшлифованный, неразвитой, нескладный, неуклюжий, похотливый, придурковатый, связанный в движениях, тупоумный, неповоротливый (неловкий), угловатый (неловкий), грузный (о человеке), непонятливый (тупой), грубый, неловкий, неумелый, позорный, противоречащий закону, развратный, тупой
    2) разг. (о человеке) бестолочь, недотёпистый, растяпа, тугодум, несуразный (неуклюжий)
    3) перен. безрукий, ограниченный, мешковатый (неуклюжий)
    4) прост. (неуклюжий) косолапый, непонятный
    5) бран. бревно

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь

  • 6 torpe

    • awkward
    • blunderer
    • blunderhead
    • butterfingers
    • clumsy
    • clumsy person
    • foozler
    • fumbler
    • gawky
    • lubberly
    • oafish
    • sloppy
    • slowpoke
    • thick skin
    • thick type
    • thick woolen cloth used in rugs
    • thick-spaced
    • unapprehensive
    • uncoordinated
    • ungainly
    • unhandy
    • unskillful

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés

  • 7 torpe

    • necudný
    • neslušný
    • nešikovný
    • tupý
    • těžkopádný
    • šeredný

    Diccionario español-checo

  • 8 TORPE

    adj:
    Aal, ma' péeka'ani', xaan u xíinbal.

    Diccionario Básico Español-Maya

  • 9 torpe

    adj 1) непохватен, неумел, несръчен; 2) тъп, неразвит; 3) грозен, груб; 4) недодялан, нешлифован; 5) срамен, позорен; 6) безнравствен; 7) противоречащ на закона.

    Diccionario español-búlgaro

  • 10 torpe

    adj
    1) неумелый
    2) неловкий; неуклюжий
    3) тупой, тупоумный, туго соображающий
    4) непристойный
    5) развратный; похотливый
    6) гнусный, мерзкий
    7) грубый, неотделанный, некрасивый
    8) юр. противозаконный

    Universal diccionario español-ruso

  • 11 torpe

    desmanotat, malapte, maldestre

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán

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