thickheadedness


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thickheadedness

[ˌθɪkˈhedɪdnɪs] N
1. (= stupidness) → estupidez f
2. (= obstinacy) → terquedad f
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After sufficiently demonstrating his thickheadedness, he was banned from the city.
When I pointed to nunagvaq (ice once used by walrus) and asked how anyone could tell, he frowned at my thickheadedness. The ice was brown, of course; walruses defecated all over it.
Yet some are not happy--they think things have got worse!" and he doubles up in laughter at the thought of such thickheadedness.