Traducción de prat en Español:


imbécil, n.

Pronunciación /præt//prat/



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    imbécil masculino
    • ‘We are both going to feel a right pair of prats but we don't mind because it's for a good cause,’ she said.
    • My dad is practically in love with him, the stupid prat.
    • Anyone who drives along the single carriageway section of the A64 will have noticed a leap in the number of prats at the wheel.
    • I felt like a prat for failing the tests and generally feel stupid at underestimating the whole thing - and what was it?
    • Did I really want to go public on making a complete prat of myself?
    • I admit, I always used to think he was a bit of a prat.
    • The biggest problem is that when you drive this car fast you feel like a complete prat.
    • The firemen who put out this mess have far better things to do that to chase around after mindless little prats like you.
    • Finding him an annoying prat is no excuse for me to be in denial.
    • How was she going to live with that annoying prat as her bodyguard?
    • He'd been a stupid prat to even believe he could take her on all those years ago.
    • Unfortunately, the prats who drew up the accompanying map forgot to include three of Scotland's biggest, busiest and most lucrative harbours, namely Grangemouth, Leith and Rosyth.
    • Apparently this kind of thing is very common these days (there are obviously a lot of prats like me).
    • I thought it was a thing only prats used as an excuse for not writing: and then it hit me; I physically could not put pen to paper.
    • I do not want to think of metropolitan prats in a marketing department.
    • What a bunch of pompous, over-paid prats they have made themselves look.
    • Because it's not a big deal whether I get a decent job or whether I spend my life in the servitude of dimwitted prats, getting people coffee and answering phones.
    • Great, now I will be stuck with that annoying prat.
    • One of the quotes attributed to me makes me sound a bit of a prat (when I catch myself saying that the blog has lately been ‘more to do with a desire to express myself’), but I can't really complain as I did actually say that.
    • I hope that's right, otherwise I've made a complete prat of myself!