Word: cynics

Category: cynics

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Synonyms: cynics

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

Translations: cynics

spanish
cínicos, los cínicos, escépticos, cínicos de


german
zynismus, zyniker

french
cyniques, les cyniques, des cyniques, cynisme

italian
cinici, i cinici, dei cinici, cinismo, cinico

portuguese
cínicos, os cínicos, céticos, cínico

dutch
cynici, cynische, cynicus, de cynici, cynisch

russian
циники, циников, циниками

norwegian
kynikere, kynikerne, finnes som, este kynikerne

swedish
cyniker, cynikerna, tvivlare

finnish
kyynikot, kyynikkoja, kyynikkojen, kyynisiä

danish
kynikere, kynikerne, kyniske, sarkastiske medarbejdere

czech
cynici, cynikové, Cynics, cyničtí, cynikové to

polish
cynicy, cyników, cynikami

hungarian
cinikusok, a cinikusok, cinikus, cinikusan vélekedtek a hadműveletről

turkish
alaycılar, Cynics, Kinikler, Kinik ekolleri

greek
κυνικοί, κυνικούς, οι κυνικοί, τους κυνικούς, κυνισμού

ukrainian
циніки

albanian
cinikët, cinikë, Cynics, Disa cinikë kanë, Disa cinikë

bulgarian
циници, циниците, цинизъм

belarusian
цынікі, цынікі з

estonian
küünikud, küüniliseks, küünikute, suhtes küüniliseks, said küünikud

croatian
cinici

lithuanian
cinikai, Cynics, cinikus, kinikai

latvian
ciniķi

macedonian
циниците, циници

romanian
cinici, cinicii, Cynics, cinici ale

slovenian
ciniki

slovak
cynici

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The meaning and "use of": cynics

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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