infame


infame
adj.
1 vile, base.
2 infamous, wicked.
pres.subj.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: infamar.
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infame
adjetivo
1 (vil) despicable, vile
2 (muy malo) awful, terrible
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1.
ADJ (=odioso) [persona] odious; [tarea] thankless

esto es infame — this is monstrous

2.
SMF vile person, villain
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I
adjetivo
a) (vil, cruel) <persona> loathsome, despicable; <acción/comportamiento> unspeakable, disgraceful
b) (fam) (uso hiperbólico) horrible, terrible
II
masculino y femenino loathsome o despicable person
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= slanderous, infamous, despicable, unholy, notorious, dastardly, beyond evil, loathsome.
Ex. That's slanderous; they're not the names of the people.
Ex. The Matsukawa Materials Room at Fukushima University, Japan, contains items relating to the Matsukawa Incident, an infamous miscarriage of justice in Aug 1949.
Ex. Gestation, menstruation, & pregnancy were often considered shameful and despicable.
Ex. The unholy and more holy sources of community information are mentioned from pimps and prostitutes to the preacher and the policeman.
Ex. Iraqi secret police believed that the notorious Palestinian assassin Abu Nidal was working for the Americans as well as Egypt and Kuwait.
Ex. A dastardly livery driver raped a 30-year-old woman passenger on Jan. 31, cops said.
Ex. What his brother did was beyond evil, they should've finished him off with the death sentence.
Ex. It is loathsome and grotesquely hypocritical that pro-lifers oppose abortion, but are unconcerned about the mistreatment of animals used in the food industry.
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* coalición infame = unholy alliance.
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I
adjetivo
a) (vil, cruel) <persona> loathsome, despicable; <acción/comportamiento> unspeakable, disgraceful
b) (fam) (uso hiperbólico) horrible, terrible
II
masculino y femenino loathsome o despicable person
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= slanderous, infamous, despicable, unholy, notorious, dastardly, beyond evil, loathsome.

Ex: That's slanderous; they're not the names of the people.

Ex: The Matsukawa Materials Room at Fukushima University, Japan, contains items relating to the Matsukawa Incident, an infamous miscarriage of justice in Aug 1949.
Ex: Gestation, menstruation, & pregnancy were often considered shameful and despicable.
Ex: The unholy and more holy sources of community information are mentioned from pimps and prostitutes to the preacher and the policeman.
Ex: Iraqi secret police believed that the notorious Palestinian assassin Abu Nidal was working for the Americans as well as Egypt and Kuwait.
Ex: A dastardly livery driver raped a 30-year-old woman passenger on Jan. 31, cops said.
Ex: What his brother did was beyond evil, they should've finished him off with the death sentence.
Ex: It is loathsome and grotesquely hypocritical that pro-lifers oppose abortion, but are unconcerned about the mistreatment of animals used in the food industry.
* coalición infame = unholy alliance.

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infame1
adjective
1 (vil, cruel) ‹persona› loathsome, despicable; ‹acción/comportamiento› monstrous, unspeakable, disgraceful
2 (fam) (uso hiperbólico) horrible, terrible
hizo un tiempo infame we had foul o terrible o vile o horrible weather (colloq)
infame2
masculine and feminine
loathsome o despicable person
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Del verbo infamar: (conjugate infamar)

infamé es:

1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

infame es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

Multiple Entries:
infamar    
infame
infame
I adjetivo
1 (pésimo, horrible) dreadful, awful
una obra de teatro infame, a dreadful play
2 (persona) infamous, vile
II mf vile person
'infame' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
indigna
- indigno
English:
base
- infamous
- vile
- wicked
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infame adj
1. [persona] vile, base
2. Fam [libro, película] dire, dreadful;
vivían en una casa infame they lived in a dreadful house
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infame
adj vile, loathsome; (terrible) dreadful, awful
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infame adj
1) : infamous
2) : loathsome, vile
tiempo infame: terrible weather

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • infâme — (in fâ m ) adj. 1°   Qui s est diffamé dans l opinion publique. •   Mais qui peut vivre infâme est indigne du jour, CORN. Cid, I, 8. •   Qui, tant que sa poursuite a cru m avoir infâme, Ne m a point souhaitée en qualité de femme, ROTR. Venc. II,… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • INFÂME — adj. des deux genres Qui est diffamé, noté, flétri par les lois, par l opinion publique. Il y a des châtiments qui rendent infâmes. Ceux qui sont réputés infâmes par la loi, ne peuvent être admis en témoignage. C est un homme infâme. Une infâme… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)


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