Translation of pedantic in Spanish:

pedantic

pedante, adj.

Pronunciation /pəˈdæn(t)ɪk//pɪˈdantɪk/

adjective

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    pedante
    • Perhaps this is the wrong forum on which to be so pedantic, but this is something that has bothered me for a while.
    • For years, pedantic scholars have crowed about the debt rock owes the blues.
    • They would become even more bureaucratic and even more pedantic.
    • My dictionary defines a pedagogue as a pedantic or dogmatic teacher and there is a lot of that about Waters.
    • Sorry to be pedantic but it really irked me for some reason.
    • I have language skills, I'm pedantic to stupendous heights, computer literate and I can fire and strip a pistol.
    • You can be too pedantic about grammar and pronunciation and you can probably tell from this that spelling is a problem for me, especially when typing.
    • At this point, the auteur's films felt fairly strained and pedantic.
    • There's simply no way around the system: it's pedantic, laboured and mind-numbingly frustrating.
    • No wonder some find his music insufferably boring and pedantic.
    • The past few articles I have written for this site have been pedantic responses to articles written by others.
    • Long-winded sentences and pedantic phraseology have yielded place to brief reports.
    • In order not to sound too didactic or pedantic, the lecturer added anecdotes and personal comments.
    • It is not merely a pedantic question - although there is much to be said for scientists providing an honest portrayal of their figures.
    • I had the same middle parted haircut for eight years, and I was quite pedantic about this being perfect.
    • Cricket has a reputation for its confusing, pedantic rules.
    • Some companies don't like dealing with this inspector because they say he's draconian and pedantic.
    • This can seem a lot of work, pedantic and fussy but is truly worth it if you can manage.
    • Being a pedantic word-lover, and yes, a feminist, this drives me berserk.
    • Well you could say it's a deal of nitpicking by pedantic scientists over detail.