|ignorant and illiterate, uneducated and illiterate||無学文盲 [むがくもんもう]|
|big fish in a little pond, person who is ignorant of the real world||井の中の蛙 [いのなかのかわず]|
|blindness, blind person; illiteracy, illiterate person; ignorance, ignoramus||盲 [めくら]|
|blindness, blind person; illiteracy, illiterate person; ignorance, ignoramus||瞽 [めくら]|
|completely illiterate||目に一丁字なし [めにいっていじなし]|
|completely illiterate||目に一丁字もない [めにいっちょうじもない]|
|completely illiterate||目に一丁字もない [めにいっていじもない]|
|feeling refreshed, feeling relieved; neat, trimmed; plain, simple; completely, entirely; not in the least (in sentence with negative verb), not at all; completely ignorant, not doing at all||さっぱり|
|feigning innocence, ignorance or naivety; someone (esp. a woman) pretending to be innocent, ignorant or naive||蒲魚 [かまとと]|
|ignorant and illiterate||無知文盲 [むちもんもう]|
|ignorant people||愚民 [ぐみん]|
|illiterate and ignorant||無学無知 [むがくむち]|
|illiterate and ignorant, uneducated and lacking in wisdom and discernment||無学無識 [むがくむしき]|
|illiterate or blind person, person who sees without understanding, amaurosis||明盲 [あきめくら]|
|illiterate or blind person, person who sees without understanding, amaurosis||明き盲 [あきめくら]|
|ordinary and ignorant, mediocre and stupid||凡庸愚昧 [ぼんようぐまい]|
|person who is ignorant outside his field||専門馬鹿 [せんもんばか]|
|policy of keeping the people ignorant and easily subjugated||愚民政策 [ぐみんせいさく]|
|shallow learning and limited information, ignorant and badly informed||浅学寡聞 [せんがくかぶん]|
|stubborn and ignorant||頑冥不霊 [がんめいふれい]|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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