Definition of dilettantism in English:


Translate dilettantism into Spanish


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‘Pop-star activism is commonly derided as egotism and/or dilettantism.’
  • ‘The two share a certain dilettantism; a belief that the job is somehow their birthright and that they don't really have to fight for it.’
  • ‘The logic employed in the piece is precisely the sort of weekend-warrior dilettantism you'd expect.’
  • ‘Some minimise the two men's enthusiasms by presenting them as just an extreme form of identity-seeking dilettantism.’
  • ‘I'd like to find a way of fulfilling some of my language-learning ambitions in a way other than dilettantism.’



/ˌdiləˈtänˌtizəm/ /ˌdɪləˈtɑnˌtɪzəm/