Translation of insolence in Spanish:


insolencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnsələns//ˈɪnsəl(ə)ns//ˈɪnsələns//ˈɪns(ə)l(ə)ns/


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    insolencia feminine
    • Perhaps it was a case of German insolence, a deliberate offense to Roman dignity.
    • For sheer insolence and contempt for the electorate, her statement is hard to beat.
    • They no longer protect competitive wages and fair working environments - they inflate wages and protect the insolence and stupidity of their members.
    • Where do they get the authority and encouragement to practise their childish, schoolyard insolence and contempt of our leaders?
    • They helped us understand what we were up against: the proud man's contumely, the insolence of office.