galimatias


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gal·i·ma·ti·as

 (găl′ə-mā′shē-əs, -măt′ē-əs)
n.
Nonsense; gibberish.

[French.]
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galimatias

(ˌɡælɪˈmeɪʃɪəs; -ˈmætɪəs)
n
rare confused talk; gibberish
[C17: from French, of unknown origin]
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galimatias

confused or unintelligible speech; gibberish.
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Le jansenisme est un fantome, fue la tesis que--en los ambitos y decires jansenistas--garantizaba el galimatias en el que la misma Autoridad Apostolica se habia enredado.