damn-fool

Translations

damn-fool

[ˈdæmfuːl] ADJestúpido, tonto
some damn-fool driveralgún imbécil de conductor
that's a damn-fool thing to say!¡qué estupidez or tontería!

damn-fool

[ˈdæmfuːl] adjcretino/a
another one of his damn-fool ideas! → un'altra delle sue cretinate!
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He left Manchester United because Sir Alex Ferguson (below) insisted on resting him - the damn-fool Scot kept naming him in the starting line-up.
In the innovative organization executives do not say "This is a damn-fool idea.
I Know much better than Clr Cooper ever will that war is folly - a recent American general describing it as "one of the most damn-fool ways of doing business Known to man.
He added: "Now you seem like a good lad, so don't spoil things by asking damn-fool questions.
If some damn-fool TV exec is dumb enough to make a show about her, boost her profile and earning power into the bargain then why would she object?
Not only will the judge not be asked to explain why he made such a damn-fool decision but we do not even have a procedure for making such an inquiry, let alone an assessment system under which his performance can be reviewed.
I went to a Catholic high school, When I wasn't dodging sexual advances by the Marianist priests and brothers, I was being harassed by the damn-fool jocks, who were determined to force everyone to recognize their dominance and their weird notion of `manhood.
Can't you folks get your pages filled and your bons mots motted by those among us who can discern damn-fool treachery peddled by pettifogging blackguards for what it is without having to join in its promotion?
marked by strong traces of the constant tension between containment and resistance to any damn-fool notion that there ever can be `one best way'.