Translation for 'oaf' from English to Slovak
NOUN   an oaf | oafs
SYNO clod | gawk | goon | ...
trkvas {m}oaf
truľo {m}oaf
chumaj {m}oaf
hlupák {m}oaf
trubiroh {m}oaf
tĺk {m} [hlupák]oaf
kubo {m} [hlupák]oaf
trúba {f} [hlúpy človek]oaf
osol {m} [obr.] [han.] [hlupák]oaf
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Usage Examples English
  • Burns soon realizes that his son is an oaf. The episode was directed by Jim Reardon and is the first one written by Ian Maxtone-Graham.
  • Fred would also call Lumpy a "big boob" or a "big oaf."
  • The "Time" reviewer described Campbell's portrayal of Gideon in the 1961 production as "a simple-minded oaf one minute and a Judaic Henry V the next."
  • West saw an oaf blundering into the minefield of Communist subversion.
  • On 23 July 2008, Palikot said in an interview "I consider the President to be an oaf" ("Uważam prezydenta za chama"), a potentially illegal act under Poland's anti-defamation laws.

  • "Time" magazine wrote that "Knight embodied a wonderful comic oaf: vain, inept and hilarious."
  • A parody of the superhero genre, Megaton Man is a gigantically-muscled but dim-witted oaf who starred in Simpson's cheerfully absurd stories.
  • They also criticized his believability as a villain, describing him as an "oaf" from the American South who nobody would doubt could easily be defeated by James Bond.
  • It gave as an instance the caricaturing of the powerful Steward of Gondor, Denethor as "a snarling and drooling oaf rather than a noble pessimist".
  • For example, the character of Bhima from the epic the "Mahabharata" is portrayed as an oaf.

  • Blackmore, and was described by the Devon historian Hoskins (1954) as "an unspeakable oaf".
  • Although the name "Bobo" implies stupidity or oaf-like behavior, the ostensible naiveté of Juan Bobo points to a hidden virtue or helpful way to approach life.
  • An irate Knobby claims he can get the popular Joe a fight anywhere in the world, even in Wokkington Falls, where the sweet oaf Humphrey Pennyworth still lives.
  • Alexandre has been serving as Director of the Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training, Criminal Division oaf the U.S.
  • A changeling, also historically referred to as an auf or oaf, is a human-like creature found in folklore throughout Europe.

  • The blind oaf Fortunato has unintentionally stepped upon the snake in the grass – the sneaky and cunning Montresor – who, as a reward for this accidental bruising, sinks his fangs deep into the heel of his offender, forever linking them in a form of mutual existence.
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