Translation of gibberish in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈdʒɪb(ə)rɪʃ//ˈdʒɪb(ə)rɪʃ/


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    how am I expected to understand this gibberish? ¿cómo quieres que entienda este galimatías?
    • his mind has gone: he only speaks gibberish está totalmente ido, dice cosas absolutamente incoherentes
    • to talk gibberish decir sandeces
    • How much longer have we got to endure glib stupidity and bluster passing as ‘moral clarity’ or some such gibberish?
    • Thus the actual idea behind what they were doing was lost and what remained was mindless gibberish in an alien language.
    • He burst into hysterical tears of confusion, speaking a line of nonsensical gibberish.
    • Why do parties insist on meaningless gibberish as conference slogans?
    • I think that I've been talking gibberish for approximately the past twelve hours.
    • A strangely high proportion of the spam I receive is written in gibberish.
    • There was this chap I used to work with many years ago, who used to talk the most incomprehensible gibberish with tremendous enthusiasm.
    • Who speaks the most gibberish, the worst jargon, the most twisted English and the biggest pile of gobbledegook?
    • Given the choice of English or gibberish, financial firms choose to spout utter nonsense!
    • The ending really is one where you stare at the TV for about 5 minutes after its over and mutter gibberish.
    • If you've not read the books and this sounds like gibberish, don't worry.
    • The kind of lesson the inspectors would enjoy would be for the teacher to sit in silence while the students talk gibberish to each other.
    • Then he noticed Andrew acting strangely, grinning and waving, talking gibberish to himself and fidgeting.
    • The one thing that they had in common was that they all spoke gibberish.
    • I always suspected David was prone to moments of gibberish.
    • It was just none of them wanted to be around the parents and their nonsense gibberish.
    • And cue the most incomprehensible stream of gibberish ever to pour forth from a human being's mouth.
    • He appeared to be talking gibberish about fridges and freezers.
    • Sleep talking can range from a word or two of gibberish, to an entire speech.
    • At first the monkeys were intrigued with the computers and typed all sorts of stuff, even though it was meaningless gibberish.