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stupide

  1. definite and plural of stupid

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Borrowed from Latin stupidus (struck senseless, amazed), from stupeō (be amazed or confounded, be struck senseless), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)tup- (to wonder), from *(s)tu- (to stand, stay).

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stupide (plural stupides)

  1. stupid
    • 2005 November 1, “Humour de rire : Zoo Zin Zin [Humor for Laughs: Zoo Zin Zin]”, in Picsou Magazine (fiction, in French), Disney Hachette Presse, page 144:
      Un hamster stupide se balade au bord d’une rivière. Tout à coup, il aperçoit son copain le hamster crétin de l’autre côté de la rive. Il veut le rejoindre et l’appelle :
      - Eh ! Hamster crétin, comment faire pour passer de l’autre côté de la rivière ?
      - Hamster stupide… T’es déjà de l’autre côté !
      A stupid hamster is walking on the riverside. All of sudden, he sees his buddy, the cretin hamster, on the other side of the bank. He wants to join him and calls him:
      - Hey! Cretin hamster, how can I get to the other side of the river?
      - Stupid hamster… Yer awready on the other side!

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stupide f pl

  1. feminine plural of stupido

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stupide

  1. vocative masculine singular of stupidus

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stupide f pl, n pl

  1. feminine plural form of stupid
  2. neuter plural form of stupid