Traducción de cynical en español:


cínico, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈsɪnək(ə)l/ /ˈsɪnɪk(ə)l/

Ver definición en español de cínico


  • 1

    (seeing bad rather than good)
    • We don't have language even to describe it to each other, so sceptical and cynical of human motivation have we become, but we all know it when we meet it and it is the greatest of riches.
    • His limited opportunities add to his bitter, cynical attitude towards life.
    • Residents will be wealthier, early retirement will be common and people will be better informed, but more cynical, distrusting and suspicious.
    • If I was cynical I would believe that he was trying to frighten us into compliance with his own authoritarian, dictatorial agenda.
    • Such cynical micro-analysts of human behaviour must suffer when the ravenous critic inevitably turns inward.
    • It's kind of sad that people are so skeptical and cynical of human decency and if they aren't, that they, at the least, don't believe in the ideal of it.
    • Is it cynical to believe that it was a political gesture and that the minister wanted the credit for driving down the oil price?
    • A lot of people are cynical and believe it's a money-making exercise, but it's not.
    • I confess to a somewhat more cynical view of human nature than Mr. Wilkinson.
    • Ranald observed that Claudio progresses from a cynical attitude toward marriage to an appreciation of its worth.
    • Australians are very cynical about the political process, and the extent to which secrecy and falsehood are used to justify policy decisions.
    • Americans tend to be pretty cynical about politicians and think corruption is widespread.
    • Many are cynical about democracy - they say it's a scam, and that the real decisions aren't taken in democratic institutions.
    • I've had a cynical attitude to relationships for 10 years.
    • Glass concedes it is harder not to become more cynical about the game as he gets older.
    • At a time when the public is growing increasingly cynical about politics and politicians, all parties struggle for issues that allow them to take the moral high ground.
    • I read the rest of this report, looking at why we're increasingly cynical about elections and governments.
    • One cynical commentator dismissed his promises on health and education as ‘not worth the paper they are printed on’.
    • Of course, I have always been cynical of any reporting since everyone has a vested interest in something.
    • Outwardly tough, aloof and cynical, she does a good deal of nail-chewing and fiddling with a cigarette as she decides whether Jack can be trusted.
  • 2

    (doubtful, skeptical)
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