infantile

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in·fan·tile

 (ĭn′fən-tīl′, -tĭl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to infants or infancy.
2. Displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity; childish: infantile behavior; an infantile remark. See Synonyms at young.

[Middle English infantil, from Latin īnfantīlis, from īnfāns, īnfant-, infant; see infant.]
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infantile

(ˈɪnfənˌtaɪl)
adj
1. like a child in action or behaviour; childishly immature; puerile
2. of, relating to, or characteristic of infants or infancy
3. in an early stage of development
infantility n
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in•fan•tile

(ˈɪn fənˌtaɪl, -tɪl)

adj.
1. characteristic of or befitting an infant; babyish; childish.
2. of or pertaining to infants or infancy.
[1690–1700; < Latin infantīlis; see infant, -ile2]
in`fan•til′i•ty (-ˈtɪl ɪ ti) n.
syn: See childish.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.infantile - indicating a lack of maturity; "childish tantrums"; "infantile behavior"
immature - characteristic of a lack of maturity; "immature behavior"
2.infantile - of or relating to infants or infancy; "infantile paralysis"
3.infantile - being or befitting or characteristic of an infant; "infantile games"
young, immature - (used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people"
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infantile

adjective childish, immature, puerile, babyish, young, weak This kind of humour is infantile and boring.
developed, adult, mature
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infantile

adjective
1. Of or like a baby:
2. Of or characteristic of a child, especially in immaturity:
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Translations
אינפנטיליילדותי
infantilis

infantile

[ˈɪnfəntaɪl]
A. ADJinfantil (also Med)
don't be so infantile!¡no seas niño!
B. CPD infantile paralysis Nparálisis f inv infantil
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infantile

[ˈɪnfəntaɪl] adj (= childish) → infantileinfant mortality nmortalité f infantile
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infantile

adj
(= childish)kindisch, infantil
(Med) → Kinder-
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infantile

[ˈɪnfənˌtaɪl] adjinfantile
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in·fan·tile

a. infantil, pueril;
___ acropustulosisacropustulosis ___;
___ autismautismo ___;
___ eczemaeczema ___;
___ hypothyroidismhipotiroidismo ___;
___ osteomalaciaosteomalacia ___;
___ paralysisparálisis ___;
___ purulent conjunctivitisconjuntivitis purulenta ___;
___ scurvyescorbuto ___;
___ spinal muscular atrophyatrofia muscular ___ de la espina dorsal.
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infantile

adj infantil, relativo a los bebés
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References in periodicals archive ?
The outrageous and award-winning 'Shane Warne: The Musical' deals with the 43-year-old cricketer's infamous infidelities and infantilities.