Is uneducated another word for dumb? ?
What is the difference between uneducated and dumb?
- 9 months agoFavourite answer
Yes and no. It's used in a negative way to insinuate that the person is dumb, however it doesn't necessarily mean dumb.
- 9 months ago
Some uneducated inventors were not handicapped by what educated people believed would not work.
- bluebellbkkLv 79 months ago
A dumb person would know dictionaries exist but wouldn't think to use one.
An uneducated person might not know dictionaries exist, but if they did know, they would work out quickly how to use one.
- robertoLv 69 months ago
refine it to the lowest denominator
formal education vs living life learning,trade learning,
formality vs functionality
as in architecture,,frank lloyd wright
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- Ron AkiaLv 69 months ago
By no means. There are some very bright individuals who just have not had a chance for advanced education.
- 9 months ago
No! Uneducated means that you have not been taught in specific areas or no areas at all. However, if given the opportunity or tools to learn the material you could.
Un-Intelligent means that you are incapable of learning the matter at hand.
- KTJoeLv 79 months ago
Let's first examine the word "uneducated" mayhap a relation to dumb. Okay do you mean person was not educated at your school or person was brainwashed.
- MurzyLv 79 months ago
It might be used as a synonym.
- thinkingtimeLv 79 months ago
No, it is often said of people who had very little opportunity of going to school. What they may be missing are skills, rather than the ability to reason and draw conclusions.
- Anonymous9 months ago
nope there's a difference