HyperDic: ultratjar

Català > 3 sentits de la paraula ultratjar:
VERBemotionultratjar, escandalitzar, espantar, horroritzar, indignar, insultar, ofendre, sobresaltar, sobtar, xocarstrike with disgust or revulsion
communicationultratjar, afrontar, insultartreat, mention, or speak to rudely
communicationultratjar, vituperarspread negative information about
Català > ultratjar: 3 sentits > verb 1, emotion
Sentitstrike with disgust or revulsion.
Sinònimsescandalitzar, espantar, horroritzar, indignar, insultar, ofendre, sobresaltar, sobtar, xocar
Generalfastiguejar, fer fàstic, inspirar aversió, repugnar, tenir nàuseesCause aversion in
Anglèsshock, offend, scandalize, scandalise, appal, appall, outrage
Espanyolchocar, consternar, deshonrar, escandalizar, horrorizar, impactar, indignar, insultar, ofender
Adjectiusfastigós, horrible, nauseabund, vomitiuCausing or able to cause nausea
Nomsatrocitat, escàndol públic, ultratgeThe act of scandalizing
comentaris maliciosos, xafarderiesdisgraceful gossip about the private lives of other people
escàndolA disgraceful event
estuporThe feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens / happens accidentally
indignacióA feeling of righteous anger
Català > ultratjar: 3 sentits > verb 2, communication
Sentittreat, mention, or speak to rudely.
Sinònimsafrontar, insultar
Generaldanyar, ferir, fer mal, insultar, lesionar, nafrar, ofendrehurt the feelings of
Anglèsdiss, insult, affront
Espanyolafrentar, agraviar, injuriar, insultar, ofender, ultrajar
Nomsafront, injúria, insult, ofensaA deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect
contumelia, insult, revilementA rude expression / expression intended to offend or hurt
Català > ultratjar: 3 sentits > verb 3, communication
SentitSpread negative information about.
Sinònimvituperar
Generalabusar, denigrar, injuriar, vilipendiarUse foul or abusive language towards
Anglèsvilify, revile, vituperate, rail
Espanyoldenostar, ultrajar, vilipendiar, vituperar
Nomscalumniador, difamador, infamador, maldient, vilifierOne who attacks the reputation of another by slander or libel
contumelia, insult, revilementA rude expression / expression intended to offend or hurt
improperi, invectiva, vituperació, vituperiabusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will
malignmentslanderous defamation

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