Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
insolent /'insələnt/
  • tính từ
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Concise Dictionary
+marked by casual disrespect
+unrestrained by convention or propriety

Thesaurus Dictionary
impertinent, impudent, pert, saucy, bold, presumptuous, brazen, brash, disrespectful, insulting, contemptuous, offensive, rude, crude, uncivil, insubordinate, Colloq fresh, brassy, cheeky, Slang Brit smart-arsed or US smart-ass(ed), US wise:
That insolent boor had the gall to call her 'Queenie'!
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
extremely rude and showing a lack of respect: an insolent child / smile
insolence noun [U]: Her insolence cost her her job.
insolently adverb

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