English to Danish Meaning :: irreverent

Irreverent :
respektløs
- respektløsrespektløsærbødighed
 
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Adjective(1) Characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality(2) Not revering god(3) Disrespectful

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(1) Even the irreverent Campbell was praised for the respectful tone with which he responded to Hutton's questions.(2) The Colorado Springs Independent is a breath of fresh, irreverent Rocky Mountain air.(3) She is witty and frightening exposing hidden anxieties or dismissing them with slightly irreverent laughter.(4) Mentioning our site shows remarkable taste and intelligence, as well as an irreverent sense of fun.(5) Sir Bob did talk the talk, however, and still no rock star talks with more humanity, irreverent humour, passion and compassion.(6) Abigail had a reputation for being a wild, irreverent and disrespectful young girl.(7) It has everything the irreverent worshipper could ask for.(8) This lack of a proper, irreverent perspective doesn't have to get the better of you, though.(9) Still, as Stockwell lies low until the heat's off, his irreverent sense of humour will of course be missed in cabinet.(10) Just as important, they are all bright and lively people and seem to blend a boundless enthusiasm with an irreverent sense of humour.(11) Generations later, the stories are still as rude, irreverent and colourful as they were way back then.(12) With his irreverent sense of humor and a PC that could handle the games, he fit right in.(13) At this time of year, I hope it isn't irreverent to quote the Bible and say - I have kept all these things and pondered them in my heart!(14) It's great theatre: it's irreverent , rude to the establishment and is prepared to take chances.(15) The new arrival with an irreverent approach to the stuffy conventions and personnel of Parliament made an immediate impression.(16) Student films have a reputation of being somewhat obscure and irreverent , but nonetheless entertaining.
Related Words
(1) irreverent ::
respektløs
Synonyms
Adjective
2. pert ::
frækkere
3. godless ::
gudløse
Antonyms
1. pious ::
fromme
2. reverent ::
ærbødig
3. Reverent
  
4. Religious
  
5. Respectful
  
Different Forms
irreverent, irreverently
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