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insolent
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
insolent /'insələnt/
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Concise Dictionary
'ɪnsələnt
adj.
+marked by casual disrespect
+unrestrained by convention or propriety

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
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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