Translation of bigot in Spanish:


intolerante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɪɡət//ˈbɪɡət/


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    intolerante masculine
    fanático masculine
    fanática feminine
    • One inflammatory bumper sticker alleges the religious right are bigots, among other things.
    • But calling someone a racist or a bigot says that his ideas have no place in the democratic public square.
    • He's an unrepentant bigot, plus an idiot who knows nothing about football.
    • Should we condemn a generation of older people as bigots and racists purely because they use the language of their day?
    • He's tackled terrorists and serial killers, racists and bigots, pimps and dealers and gangsters.
    • Certainly I'm not comfortable giving my name and address to homophobic right-wing bigots.
    • Racists, bigots and cranks should be free to say what they like because society is composed of people who have the ability to make up their own minds.
    • They are incorrigibly racist, uncultured bigots, workaholics, crude and gross.
    • If the Lords was convinced it was no longer necessary, it seems to me only a homophobic bigot would keep going on about it.
    • Religious believers, bigots in particular, struggle with a logical problem.
    • So yeah, I'm homophobic and I could be mistaken for being a racist bigot too.
    • Unfortunately, political correctness just means that racists and bigots have to be more subtle.
    • At least before the new lingo was adopted by all, it was easier to identify the bigots and sexists in a room.
    • He's out to put religious bigots in the same moral and legal bracket as racists.
    • It did not emerge, fully formed, from the Scottish parliament under pressure from religious bigots.
    • Are these the words of the racists, the bigots, the ignorant, the xenophobes or the just plain stupid?
    • We are thick and ignorant just as we are fair and enlightened and a relative proportion of us are bigots and racists.
    • Such acts are committed by racists and bigots who were racist and bigoted long before July 7th.
    • I'd be branded a heartless bigot, racist and drummed out of office in about 1 day.
    • Justice and decency were the very things the religious bigots of all denominations hated and feared most, as they still do today.