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im·pru·den·te  No Gender - Noun - Singular
Plural: imprudentes
  1. Translate "imprudente" to English: reckless fellow, hothead, reckless guy, reckless individual, reckless person, recklessly bold individual, recklessly bold person, thoughtless person, wild fellow, wild guy, harum-scarum, tearaway
    Spanish Synonyms of "imprudente": irreflexivo, salvaje, tipo imprudente, balarrasa, tarambana, acelerado

imprudente  Adjective
  1. Translate "imprudente" to English: reckless, careless, foolhardy, imprudent, incautious, rash, tactless, too daring, unwary, foolish, Icarian, menseless
    Spanish Synonyms of "imprudente": descuidado, atronado, descabezado, incauto, inmanejable, irreflexivo, malgastador
    Define meaning of "imprudente": Osado/a, atrevido/a, que actúa irreflexivamente.

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  3. Translate "imprudente" to English: ill-advised, imprudent, ill-considered, unwise
    Spanish Synonyms of "imprudente": contraproducente, desaconsejado, descaminado, insensato, mal aconsejado, malaconsejado
    Define meaning of "imprudente": Osado/a, atrevido/a, que actúa irreflexivamente.

  4. Translate "imprudente" to English: excessively forward, presumptuous
    Spanish Synonyms of "imprudente": atrevido, impertinente, osado
    Define meaning of "imprudente": Osado/a, atrevido/a, que actúa irreflexivamente.

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