Translation of bumbling in Spanish:


torpe, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈbəmb(ə)lɪŋ/ /ˈbʌmb(ə)lɪŋ/ /ˈbʌmblɪŋ/


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    • Of course, we should not be too hard on the bumbling loser.
    • Later, Tom told me I wasn't the bumbling fool I'd thought.
    • Thus begins their humorous descent into a bumbling life of crime.
    • The film sees Rowan Atkinson bringing his bumbling Barclays Bank ad spy to the big screen.
    • Davis was never comfortable in debates, facing the bumbling Bill Simon only once during last year's re-election campaign.
    • David Wenham plays a knockabout, bumbling political adviser whose life is falling apart.
    • Three bumbling French thieves with a history of botching jobs (badly) are given one last chance to make good with their boss.
    • Satan in the cinema is either represented as a hideous special effect or a comic, bumbling trickster.
    • With a contemplative bite of her lip, Mrs Bennet finally answered the anxious and bumbling Collins.
    • Equally tired is Duncan's assimilation and protection of a bumbling youth.
    • In the harsh glare of the campaign spotlight a picture of a bumbling Palin emerged that scared more people than it inspired.
    • With the exception of Chamberlain, the Union generals are presented as either bumbling or self-absorbed.
    • Equally adept at comedy and drama, Cranham has played bumbling detectives, passionate army dentists and good-hearted pastors with equal proficiency.
    • There was a wicked queen, kind-hearted heroine, dashing prince, bumbling villains and a lot of people wandering round the forest.
    • He looked a little less of the bumbling dishevelled oaf he loves to cast himself as.
    • The old, charming, bumbling kid has become slick and self-assured.
    • Tour de force historical comedy about two bumbling botanists sent into the southern wilderness by Thomas Jefferson to look for something that isn't there.