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Detailed Translations for superfluous from English to Spanish


superfluous adj

  1. superfluous (needless; unnecessary; redundant)
  2. superfluous (excess; surplus)

Translation Matrix for superfluous:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
inútil good-for-nothing; layabout; lazybones; loiterer; slacker; slowcoach; slowpoke; sluggard; snail; wretch; wretched fellow; yellowbelly
sobrante balance; left over; remains; surplus
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- excess; extra; otiose; pointless; purposeless; redundant; senseless; spare; supererogatory; supernumerary; surplus; wasted
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- negligible
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
innecesario needless; redundant; superfluous; unnecessary
inútil excess; superfluous; surplus abstemious; ailing; aimless; clumsy; doltish; for nothing; fruitless; futile; gawky; good-for-nothing; idle; in vain; maladroit; meaningless; not very good; owlish; pointless; poor; purposeless; senseless; stiff; to no avail; uneasy; unhandy; unusable; useless; vainly; valueless; wooden; worthless
reundante needless; redundant; superfluous; unnecessary
sobrante excess; superfluous; surplus redundant; supernumerary; surplus
superfluo excess; superfluous; surplus dispensable; expendable; lacking; redundant; supernumerary; surplus

Related Words for "superfluous":

  • superfluousness, superfluously

Synonyms for "superfluous":

Related Definitions for "superfluous":

  1. more than is needed, desired, or required1
    • delete superfluous (or unnecessary) words1
  2. serving no useful purpose; having no excuse for being1

Wiktionary Translations for superfluous:

  1. excess of what is sufficient

Cross Translation:
superfluous superfluo overtollig — wat in te ruime mate aanwezig is
superfluous redundante überflüssig — über das angemessene Maß hinaus
superfluous redundante superfétatoire — rare|fr (term, sens étymologique) Qualifie la naissance d’un second enfant après le premier et dans un écart de temps qui dénote une superfécondation.