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ig·no·ran·te  No Gender - Noun - Singular
Plural: ignorantes
  1. Translate "ignorante" to English: ignorant person, ignorant, illiterate, know-nothing, ignoramus
    Spanish Synonyms of "ignorante": persona ignorante, iletrado, iliterato, desconocedor, persona sin educación académica, ignaro, abarrotero
    Define meaning of "ignorante": Que no sabe o conoce algo.

ignorante  Adjective
  1. Translate "ignorante" to English: ignorant, destitute of knowledge, under-educated, uneducated, unknowledgeable, unlettered, unschooled, unstudied, untaught, untutored, benighted, bogus, just fallen off the turnip truck, know-nothing, knowledgeless, unenlightened, unknowing
    Spanish Synonyms of "ignorante": carente de conocimientos, desconocedor, indocto, que no sabe, burrajo, ignaro, pez
    Define meaning of "ignorante": Que no sabe o conoce algo.

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  3. Translate "ignorante" to English: ignorant, clueless, unacquainted, unaware, uninformed, clued out, in the dark, incognizant, nescient, unknowing
    Spanish Synonyms of "ignorante": ajeno, desinformado, desorientado, despistado, no familiarizado, poco familiarizado, poco versado

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