Translation of bigot in Spanish:


intolerante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɪɡət/

See Spanish definition of intolerante


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    intolerante masculine, feminine
    fanático masculine
    fanática feminine
    • Unfortunately, political correctness just means that racists and bigots have to be more subtle.
    • They are incorrigibly racist, uncultured bigots.
    • Should we condemn a generation of older people as bigots and racists purely because they use the language of their day?
    • At least before the new lingo was adopted by all, it was easier to identify the bigots and sexists in a room.
    • But calling someone a racist or a bigot says that his ideas have no place in the democratic public square.
    • He's an unrepentant bigot.
    • The bigots and the homophobes have not given up on this fight so we can not afford to do so either.
    • Understandably, they were concerned about being labeled bigots and facing backlash.
    • He says when religious bigots of both communities abuse him, he is convinced that what he says is right.
    • He detested the abuse of power and could not abide bigots and swaggering despots.