Translation of dogmatic in Spanish:

dogmatic

dogmático, adj.

Pronunciation /dɔɡˈmædɪk//dɒɡˈmatɪk/

adjective

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    dogmático
    • A far more sinister implication is the creation of an intolerant dogmatic approach to complex issues.
    • Put the other way around, the respondent is more likely to be dogmatic, technical and uncompromising.
    • Peer pressure works among adults no less than the young and it's a dogmatic dictator.
    • After all, it is, I suppose, a bit dogmatic to absolutely insist the whole thing is state controlled.
    • The evidence on both sides rather took the form of dogmatic assertions.
    • Against his appeals to observation they opposed dogmatic principles.
    • He's not entirely dogmatic about it and he'll make an exception whenever he's enthused enough by the work.
    • Another fault among instructors is a tendency to be unyielding and dogmatic.
    • By contrast the authority's expert witness was emphatic, even dogmatic, in his evidence.
    • He is a tyrannical, dogmatic and highly narcissistic dictator who has no intentions of going down quietly.
    • They must beware of becoming dogmatic and opinionated and strive to keep an open mind and their opinions flexible.
    • This assertion might sound brutally dogmatic, but its economic basis is exceptionally solid.
    • The important lesson is that an inflexible dogmatic approach to equity investing will end in tears whatever it may be.
    • The problem many have with a dogmatic acceptance of any theory, scientific or not, is a lack of proof.
    • There could be few things more dogmatic than the many dictates of Leftist political correctness!
    • He reacted against it as an institution with an unbendingly dogmatic definition of itself.
    • Opinions are meant to be asserted - not in dogmatic, unyielding terms, but in confident terms.
    • As the next generation of leaders, we must be willing to be self-critical if we wish to avoid becoming dogmatic.
    • Cell Theory then rapidly turned into a more dogmatic cell doctrine, and in this form survives up to the present day.
    • It appears to be a prudential judgment of the Pope's, not a dogmatic statement.