Traducción de disingenuous en Español:

disingenuous

insincero, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌdɪsɪnˈdʒɛnjʊəs//ˌdɪsənˈdʒɛnjuəs/

adjetivo

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    insincero
    falso
    • That's as clear an admission as one could hope for that the entire exercise is disingenuous.
    • The claim of security issues is as transparent as it is disingenuous.
    • It would, however, be disingenuous to pretend that everything in a reduced world will be comfortable to accept.
    • It is disingenuous to pretend that any other analysis is tenable.
    • Pete's selection for the show is nothing but cheap entertainment, and it is disingenuous to pretend otherwise.
    • This disingenuous fluff was calculated to excuse the intrusive nature of the exercise.
    • The trust of the disinherited was further shattered and disowned by the disingenuous attitude of the state.
    • To single out Moore in an age of mind-numbing folksiness in politics is disingenuous.
    • He also, cryptically accused some club presidents of being disingenuous.
    • The Defendant's evidence is not only disingenuous, but false in material respects.
    • So to say that we're disingenuous in standing behind the defense is absolutely wrong.
    • But to present it as useful in that it has shown up different work practices and rosters is a bit disingenuous.
    • This is slightly disingenuous, as his huge success in addressing the needs of women shopping has undoubtedly made him rich.
    • Mr. Lister's claim that other schools on the Island have experienced similar situations is also disingenuous.
    • I thought both men made some good points and both said some evasive, disingenuous things.
    • Most of the men seem to be intimidated by her, or at least, contemptuous of her because she's disingenuous.
    • His appeal to blasphemy is played in such a way that it seems a disingenuous pretence.
    • The press's coverage of health care and accessibility issues is disingenuous at best.
    • Yet it is disingenuous to pretend that there is not a question of individual liberty at stake here.
    • She could have portrayed herself as more scared and disingenuous, than crafty and lying.