Traducción de dismissive en Español:

dismissive

desdeñoso, adj.

Pronunciación /dɪsˈmɪsɪv//dɪsˈmɪsɪv/

adjetivo

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    (attitude/smile) desdeñoso
    (tone) displicente
    he's so dismissive of people tiene una actitud muy desdeñosa para con los demás
    • he was very dismissive about his own success le daba muy poca importancia a su éxito
    • pay no attention to that, he said, with a dismissive wave of his hand —no hagas caso de eso —dijo, quitándole importancia con un ademán
    • The same sort of dismissive attitude is evident in response to the latest findings.
    • He is dismissive of the tyranny of email, pagers and mobile phones.
    • I think the dismissive way people have been dealt with is a disgrace.
    • The sceptical scribe answered in the negative; Palmer was annoyed at the dismissive response.
    • Some of the regulars are dismissive and civilians don't view them with the same respect as they do the full-timers.
    • He denied the trust had been dismissive towards Mr Blackbird and his family.
    • Vivek says that some senior professors have been dismissive of their ideas.
    • Yet overall, the summer school flaunted a dismissive attitude toward folk history.
    • Miss Regan complained to the manager but said he was dismissive of her complaint and walked off while she was still talking to him.
    • Woodward, you can also gather, wouldn't have been so dismissive if England had been on the receiving end.
    • And did you feel that your colleagues were being dismissive of you because of that?
    • Both Dodge and Hollis were sceptical of the worth of intervention and dismissive towards the coalition.
    • She is dismissive of talk that the island is any less deserving of public support than any other community in Scotland.
    • It's much easier to be hyperbolic, or dismissive, or to give up trying to make judgments and just stick to writing lists.
    • I've been watching all this California stuff with a really dismissive attitude.
    • I don't remember buying it, she said with a dismissive flick of the wrist.
    • Such a dismissive and negative view of these two giants isn't fair, of course.
    • He was dismissive of his television work, saying it had paid the rent and bought the groceries, and was now behind him.
    • The dismissive attitude was previously the star quality of the north.
    • I tried explaining my feud with the waiter, but Jennifer was dismissive.