Translation of halfwit in Spanish:

halfwit

tonto, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɑːfwɪt//ˈhæfˌwɪt/

noun

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    tonto masculine
    tonta feminine
    imbécil masculine
    • On my first trip to the pub I am reminded how half a dozen pints can reduce dazzling intellectuals to burbling halfwits.
    • Not only are you the idiot of the month, you're the braindead cretin of the month and the muddleheaded halfwit of the month as well.
    • It's quite simply that British television is now run by halfwits who are terrified for their jobs and obsessed with youth.
    • Let's just say we watched a lot of filmstrips because neither of these two halfwits knew a damn thing about the subject they were teaching.
    • And they sing songs by halfwits like The Eagles and Bryan Adams!
    • The punchline is that no matter how many times this gets plainly shown to be true, the halfwits keep on using it.
    • I always thought that the majority of people posting on Metafilter were halfwits only too eager to jump on a bandwagon.
    • For all the halfwits calling for these people to be fired, do they know how to lay track or fix a subway car?
    • They didn't have a final confrontation between Gandalf and Sauron, where they sit on a beach playing chess and discussing the fate of halfwits.
    • They'd love to believe that all the halfwits who listen to Tool actually don't get it, but really they're all listening to them for the same reason.
    • Don't get us wrong, the Mercury panel might be a great big collection of dribbling halfwits as far as we know, but at least they know their music.
    • He is a cretin's cretin, a halfwit, an ignoramus in every respect.
    • Essentially, the sisters' show is a series of sketches set in a stage school which is staffed and attended by grotesques, halfwits and bubble-brained wannabes.
    • The climax of the movie, and oh boy is it ever a climax, was when the mayor held a press conference in the middle of the city square, surrounded by a crowd of inbred halfwits ingesting funnel cakes and holding balloons.
    • Perhaps we shouldn't be too harsh on the halfwits who came up with these tautological complaints (don't dull, staid and uninteresting mean the same thing?)
    • And the next thing you know, you've got ignorant halfwits claiming that the ACLU is suing stores to stop them from saying Merry Christmas.
    • Who are these halfwits they're dredging up for quotes?
    • It isn't just the Guardian that employs bumbling halfwits, you know.
    • I refuse to hand over my country to a bunch of halfwits who can neither protect us or care for us.
    • The foot soldiers of this movement are mostly amiable halfwits.