pig-ignorant

Related to pig-ignorant: pigheaded

pig-ignorant

adj
extremely ignorant or unknowledgeable
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Translations

pig-ignorant

[ˌpɪgˈɪgnərənt] ADJbruto
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I am indebted to them for educating an editor pig-ignorant in the physical and social sciences, the various engineering disciplines, medicine and public health, never mind law, ethics, philosophy, and so much more.
It's not only highly offensive, but such pig-ignorant remarks can lead to a falsely negative impression of us Irish in general.
Trump and his confederates do and say outrageous things constantly, dominating the news with US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt's taxpayer-funded trip around DC to find luxury hand lotion or Trump's alleged legal shenanigans over alleged Trump ex-lover and exotic dancer Stormy Daniels or pig-ignorant tweeting about, well, everything.
So damn annoying ain't it?" Another resident added: "I feel sorry for you - there are some selfish pig-ignorant people about."
"It is possible to criss-cross the planet with a crew of like-minded'yoof'and come home as blinkered and pig-ignorant as you were when you set off" Vanessa Feltz is no fan of the student gap year.
Seb is a suave secret agent whereas Nobby is a pig-ignorant chav living in the titular seaport, fixated on football, beer and having sex with his fat, flatulent wife (Rebel Wilson, inevitably).
Real, experienced cyclists obeying the law stick to the roads and all praise and good luck to them, but many cycling round the Precinct seem to be just pig-ignorant, discourteous and sometimes downright abusive.
The story to this Sweaty Book has obviously been written by a pig-faced, pig-ignorant prat, obviously used to people kowtowing to him and who needs to be put in his place.
Next came Nigel Farage, that cheeky, beery chappie who, notwithstanding his latest pig-ignorant gaffe of blaming M4 trafficjams on immigrants, remains so high-profile as to cause Cameron and Miliband nightmares.
I'm about to tell you something that I haven't ever confessed in these pages, not even hinted at it in 17 years: I once was so pig-ignorant about dog care that I allowed my dog - my best friend at the time, my stalwart, beloved Border Collie Rupert, to develop heartworm disease.
Instead, they should expect to pursue serial careers in the course of their working lives, as one after another of these is made redundant and terminated by the technological "progress" that reconfigures society, the economy, and the workplace every decade or so, sweeping away certain once-secure jobs or professions and creating in their place new "opportunities" for "entrepreneurs." I am pig-ignorant of the digital industry, but from what I read I gather that digital engineers in early middle age are being dismissed by their employers in preference for a new generation of engineers familiar with a cutting-edge technology that seems to cut deeper and faster every year.
And where better than Beirut to send a pair so pig-ignorant they probably think the Gaza Strip is another name for Paul Gascoigne's football kit.