14 Aug 05:30 PM
Question about English (US)
Can I use the word 'ignorant' to explain people who always ignore or do nothing to prevent bad things. For example when A bully B but C who can protect B do nothing to prevent/protect B. Can I call C 'an ignorant'?
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