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1. Showing foolishness or stupidity.
2. Exhibiting mild intellectual disability. The term belongs to a classification system no longer in use and is now considered offensive.
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|Adj.||1.||moronic - having a mental age of between eight and twelve years|
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adjective idiotic, simple, foolish, mindless, thick, stupid, daft (informal), retarded, gormless (Brit. informal), brainless, cretinous, unintelligent, dimwitted (informal), asinine, imbecilic, braindead (informal), mentally defective, dumb-ass (slang), doltish, dead from the neck up (informal), halfwitted, Boeotian, muttonheaded (slang) It was wanton, moronic vandalism.
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moronic[məˈrɒnɪk] ADJ → imbécil
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moronic[mɔːˈrɒnɪk] adj (= stupid) → idiot(e)
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