English to Arabic Meaning of dotard - الخرف

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Definitions of dotard in English
Noun(1) an oldster in his dotage; someone whose age has impaired his intellect
Examples of dotard in English
(1) But his would-be debonair, self-satisfied yet insecure dotard could not be more appropriately laughable or pitiful.(2) Some people, including some opponents, seem to feel that this malevolent dotard was, somewhere, innocent of proper thought and responsibility.(3) Which, unfortunately, the wilting dotards are too frightened to do themselves.(4) He wants to reform the impossibly cliquey party, long ruled by smug dotards who have turned political nest-feathering into a national art-form to rival ikebana and origami.(5) In Laputa Gulliver finds the wise men so wrapped up in their speculations as to be utter dotards in practical affairs.
(1) on the dot ::
على النقطة
(2) dot matrix ::
تشكيل نقطي
(3) dot matrix printer ::
طابعة مصفوفة نقطية
(4) black dot ::
نقطة سوداء
(5) dot pitch ::
نقطة الملعب
(6) dot product ::
المنتج نقطة
(7) quantum dot ::
النقطة الكمومية
(8) dot to dot ::
نقطة إلى نقطة
1. dotard ::
Different Forms
dotard, dotards
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