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Idiot-proof

ˈɪd.i.ətˌpruːf

Meanings of Idiot-proof:

adjective

Extremely easy to use

Usage examples:

The dvd player comes with idiot-proof instructions.

Meanings of Idiot-savant:

noun

Someone who has a mental disability but who is very good at doing a particular thing, for example remembering things

Meanings of Idiotcies:

noun

Idiocy.

Meanings of Idiotical:

adjective

Idiotic.

Meanings of Idiotically:

adverb

In a very stupid way

Usage examples:

Politically, the group is behaving idiotically., she said it was the most idiotically written rule …

Meanings of Idioticalness:

noun

Extreme stupidity, foolishness, or irrationality.

Meanings of Idioticon:

noun

A dictionary or glossary of a dialect or minority language, especially one dealing with a small area.

Meanings of Idiotise:

verb

To make idiotic, to turn into an idiot; to make a fool of.

Meanings of Idiotish:

adjective

Idiotic.

Meanings of Idiotize:

verb

To make idiotic, to turn into an idiot; to make a fool of.

Meanings of Idiotized:

verb

To make idiotic, to turn into an idiot; to make a fool of.

Meanings of Idiotizing:

verb

To make idiotic, to turn into an idiot; to make a fool of.

Meanings of Idiotry:

noun

(a) chiefly scots law. = "idiocy". now historical in technical sense. (b) = "idiocy".

Idiots

ˈɪd.i.ət

Meanings of Idiots:

noun

A stupid person.

Usage examples:

I feel like an idiot who swallowed every lie i was told

Meanings of Idiotype:

noun

The set of genetic determinants of an individual.

Usage examples:

The consensus idiotype of h. vulgare was based on scoring within the h. vulgare group of 57 lines, …

Meanings of Idiotypic:

adjective

Of or relating to an individual's idiotype; genetic, inherited.

Meanings of Idl:

noun

An imaginary line on the map of the earth that goes from the north pole to the south pole. to the east of this line, the date is one day earlier than to the west of it

Usage examples:

Several jets encountered software problems as they crossed the international date line.

Meanings of Idle:

adjective

(of a person) avoiding work; lazy.

Usage examples:

Idle students
verb

Spend time doing nothing.

Usage examples:

Four men were idling outside the shop

Idled

ˈaɪ.dəl

Meanings of Idled:

verb

Spend time doing nothing.

Usage examples:

Four men were idling outside the shop
adjective

(of a person) avoiding work; lazy.

Usage examples:

Idle students

Idleness

ˈaɪ.dəl.nəs

Meanings of Idleness:

noun

Laziness; indolence.

Usage examples:

He was punished for his idleness at school

Idler

ˈʌɪd(ə)l

Meanings of Idler:

noun

A person who avoids work or spends time in an aimless or lazy way.

Usage examples:

They who never go to the holy land in their walks, as they pretend, are indeed mere idlers and vaga…
adjective

(of a person) avoiding work; lazy.

Usage examples:

Idle students

Idlers

ˈʌɪdlə

Meanings of Idlers:

noun

A person who avoids work or spends time in an aimless or lazy way.

Usage examples:

They who never go to the holy land in their walks, as they pretend, are indeed mere idlers and vaga…

Meanings of Idles:

verb

Spend time doing nothing.

Usage examples:

Four men were idling outside the shop
adjective

(of a person) avoiding work; lazy.

Usage examples:

Idle students

Idlest

ˈaɪ.dəl

Meanings of Idlest:

adjective

(of a person) avoiding work; lazy.

Usage examples:

Idle students
verb

Spend time doing nothing.

Usage examples:

Four men were idling outside the shop

Idling

ˈʌɪd(ə)l

Meanings of Idling:

verb

Spend time doing nothing.

Usage examples:

Four men were idling outside the shop
adjective

(of a person) avoiding work; lazy.

Usage examples:

Idle students

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