Word: cynic

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Synonyms: cynic

skeptic, doubter, doubting Thomas, pessimist, prophet of doom, doomsayer, Cassandra, Chicken Little, faultfinder

Translations: cynic

spanish
cínico


german
zyniker, zynisch

french
cynique

italian
cinico, cinica, cinici, cinismo

portuguese
cínico, cínica, cético, cínicos

dutch
cynicus, cynisch, cynische, cynikus

russian
циник

norwegian
kyniker

swedish
cyniker

finnish
kyyninen, kyynikko

danish
kyniker, kynisk, Kynikeren, kyniske

czech
cynický, cynik

polish
cyniczny, cynik

hungarian
cinikus, Cinikusan, cinikusnak, cinikusok

turkish
kinik, alaycı, kötümser, sinik

greek
κυνικός, κυνικού, κυνική, κυνικό, κυνικοί

ukrainian
цинік

albanian
cinik

bulgarian
циник

belarusian
цынік

estonian
küünik

croatian
cinički, cinik, drzak

icelandic
Hundingjar

lithuanian
cinikas, Ciniškųjų, Cyniczny, Begėdiškai, Ciniķis

latvian
ciniķis, cinisks

macedonian
циник, циниците, како циник, циничен, циник за

romanian
cinic

slovenian
Cinik

slovak
cynik

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The meaning and "use of": cynic

noun
  • a person who believes that people are motivated purely by self-interest rather than acting for honorable or unselfish reasons.
  • a member of a school of ancient Greek philosophers founded by Antisthenes, marked by an ostentatious contempt for ease and pleasure. The movement flourished in the 3rd century bc and revived in the 1st century ad.

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