deshonrar


deshonrar
v.
1 to dishonor.
con su conducta deshonra a toda la familia he is dishonoring the entire family with his conduct
Elsa deshonró a su familia Elsa dishonored her family.
2 to trample on, to tread on.
Elsa deshonró su reputación Elsa trampled on her good name.
3 to bring shame on, to shame.
Elsa deshonró a sus padres Elsa brought shame on her parents.
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deshonrar
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to dishonour (US dishonor), disgrace
2 (injuriar) to insult, defame
3 (a una mujer) to dishonour (US dishonor)
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verb
to dishonor, disgrace
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VT
1) [+ familia, compañeros] to dishonour, dishonor (EEUU), disgrace
2) (=afrentar) to insult
3) euf [+ mujer] to dishonour, dishonor (EEUU)
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verbo transitivo <familia/patria> to dishonor*, disgrace; <mujer> to dishonor*
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= taint, vilify, stigmatise [stigmatize, -USA], besmirch, bring + Nombre + into disrepute, disgrace, defile.
Ex. This article shows how the dowdy and boring image of the stereotypical librarian as presented in fiction, taints the portrayal of all who work in libraries.
Ex. Robert Kent's sole agenda is to attack Cuba and vilify the Cuban library community while supporting the US government's interventionist destabilization policies.
Ex. Findings reaffirm that television stigmatises the occupation of business, independently of economic factors.
Ex. the gulag was an atrocious system of incarceration and forced labor that had little to do with correction, that poisoned society, and that besmirched Soviet communism.
Ex. This article considers the danger that inherent bias in such research might bring library and information science research into disrepute.
Ex. The League of Nations was a comically ham-handed debacle which collapsed in complete failure, disgracing all who were associated with it.
Ex. No person shall throw any waste, building debris or vehicle scrap into the public domain or defile the public domain.
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* deshonrar la reputación = besmirch + reputation.
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verbo transitivo <familia/patria> to dishonor*, disgrace; <mujer> to dishonor*
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= taint, vilify, stigmatise [stigmatize, -USA], besmirch, bring + Nombre + into disrepute, disgrace, defile.

Ex: This article shows how the dowdy and boring image of the stereotypical librarian as presented in fiction, taints the portrayal of all who work in libraries.

Ex: Robert Kent's sole agenda is to attack Cuba and vilify the Cuban library community while supporting the US government's interventionist destabilization policies.
Ex: Findings reaffirm that television stigmatises the occupation of business, independently of economic factors.
Ex: the gulag was an atrocious system of incarceration and forced labor that had little to do with correction, that poisoned society, and that besmirched Soviet communism.
Ex: This article considers the danger that inherent bias in such research might bring library and information science research into disrepute.
Ex: The League of Nations was a comically ham-handed debacle which collapsed in complete failure, disgracing all who were associated with it.
Ex: No person shall throw any waste, building debris or vehicle scrap into the public domain or defile the public domain.
* deshonrar la reputación = besmirch + reputation.

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deshonrar [A1 ]
vt
1 ‹familia/patria› to dishonor*, disgrace, bring dishonor* o disgrace o shame on
trabajar no deshonra a nadie working is nothing to be ashamed of
2 ‹mujer› to dishonor*
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deshonrar (conjugate deshonrar) verbo transitivofamilia/patria› to dishonor(conjugate dishonor), disgrace;
mujer› to dishonor(conjugate dishonor)
deshonrar verbo transitivo
1 to dishonour, US dishonor
2 (a la familia, etc) to bring disgrace on
'deshonrar' also found in these entries:
English:
disgrace
- dishonor
- dishonour
- shame
- blacken
- taint
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deshonrar vt
1. [injuriar] to dishonour;
con su conducta deshonra a toda la familia his behaviour is bringing disgrace upon the entire family
2. [mujer] to dishonour
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deshonrar
v/t dishonor, Br
dishonour
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deshonrar vt
: to dishonor, to disgrace

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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