Traducción de small-minded en Español:

small-minded

cerrado, adj.

Pronunciación /smɔːlˈmʌɪndɪd//ˈsmɔl ˌmaɪndɪd/

adjetivo

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    cerrado
    de miras estrechas
    • Post-Civil-War America therefore seemed to exhibit the worst kind of small-minded, lacklustre parochialism, but it had coupled it with a loutish popularism.
    • My friend was worried about the way this film would play for a small-minded and bigoted audience.
    • Think of how grey, introverted, small-minded and parochial Scotland can sometimes be.
    • I mean, if this were Wales say, or Scotland, I dare say I could rabbit away about small-minded, provincial parochialism.
    • Every once in a blue moon, something will come along that is so immediately affecting and amazing that our usual sarcasm-laced tone just seems petty and small-minded.
    • That was not the action of a small-minded or petty individual.
    • To think, or act, otherwise is to be as small-minded and as bigoted as those you many complain about.
    • This is to be welcomed because it marks a setback for the backward-looking and small-minded, illiberal and anti-democratic outlook that has come to define the radical rump.
    • He plans his escape from the provincial small-minded perceptions of the immediate community.
    • There are times when such enclaves are small-minded, doctrinaire, judgmental, and prejudiced to the extreme.
    • Even in the advertising industry, it seems that you have to show small-minded, petty acts of vandalism to get noticed.
    • This approach, while not pretty, has been effective; yet it is a mean, small-minded strategy crafted for placid times.
    • It is past time for us to leave behind our small-minded insularity and recognize that we are moving into a world in which we will have to learn to live with and respect people who are different from us.
    • For while the political implications are indeed large, the tactics employed by both sides have been depressingly small-minded.
    • But Gardaí who criticise the book are being small-minded and short-sighted.
    • Thus there are some signs that we might get a week of eloquent dispute as opposed to small-minded and parochial bickering.
    • Let the good that he did live after him, and the evil be interred with the petty theses of small-minded philosophers.
    • But it sounded very parochial, very small-minded, very irrelevant.
    • As payback, this trashy movie treats them as small-minded provincials.
    • By 1978, however, he was gone, eased out by the small-minded, petty individuals who dominated the club's board at the time.