HyperDic: denigrar

Español > 4 sentidos de la palabra denigrar:
VERBOcommunicationdenigrar, calumniar, difamar, reputacióncharge falsely / falsely or with malicious intent
communicationdenigrar, despreciar, menospreciarexpress a negative opinion of
communicationdenigrar, minimizarcause to seem less serious
communicationdenigrar, abusar, injuriaruse foul or abusive language towards
Español > denigrar: 4 sentidos > verbo 1, communication
SentidoCharge falsely / falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone.
Sinónimoscalumniar, difamar, reputación
Específicocalumniar, difamarspeak unfavorably about
difamarPrint slanderous statements against
Generalacusar, culpar, incriminarblame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against
Inglésdefame, slander, smirch, asperse, denigrate, calumniate, smear, sully, besmirch
Cataláncalumniar, denigrar, difamar, indultar, injuriar
Adjetivocalumniador, calumnioso, denigrador, denigratorio, desacreditador, desprestigiador, difamador, difamatorio(used of statements) harmful and often untrue
Nombrescalumia, calumnia, denigración, difamación, imposturaA disparaging remark
calumnia, comadreo, difamaciónAn abusive attack on a person's character or good name
calumnia, difamación, maledicencia, traducementA false / false accusation of an offense or a malicious misrepresentation of someone's words or actions
calumnia, difamaciónwords falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
calumnia, desprestigio, envilecimiento, malignment, vilipendioslanderous defamation
calumniador, difamador, infamador, libeler, maldiciente, maligner, traducer, vilifierOne who attacks the reputation of another by slander or libel
mácula, manchaAn act that brings discredit to the person who does it
Español > denigrar: 4 sentidos > verbo 2, communication
SentidoExpress a negative opinion of.
Sinónimosdespreciar, menospreciar
Específicodenigrar, minimizarCause to seem less serious
deprecar, despreciar, menospreciar, suplicar, vilipendiarbelittle
desacreditar, desprestigiar, ultrajardamage the reputation of
Generalcriticar, culpar, juzgarfind fault with
Contrarioadular, halagar, lisonjearpraise somewhat dishonestly
Inglésdisparage, belittle, pick at
Catalánmenysprear
Nombresdepreciación, desdén, desprecio, menoscabo, menosprecioA communication that belittles somebody or something
depreciador, desacreditador, detractor, menospreciadorOne who disparages or belittles the worth of something
desprecio, menosprecioThe act of speaking contemptuously of
Español > denigrar: 4 sentidos > verbo 3, communication
SentidoCause to seem less serious; play down.
Sinónimominimizar
Específicorebajarbelittle through talk
Generaldenigrar, despreciar, menospreciarExpress a negative opinion of
Inglésminimize, belittle, denigrate, derogate
Catalándenigrar, derogar, minimitzar
Adjetivocalumniador, calumnioso, denigrador, denigratorio, desacreditador, desprestigiador, difamador, difamatorio(used of statements) harmful and often untrue
derogatorio, desdeñoso, despectivo, despreciativo, peyorativoexpressive of low opinion
Nombresdenigración, deprecaciónThe act of expressing disapproval (especially of yourself)
denigración, despectivo, maledicenciaA belittling comment
depreciación, desdén, desprecio, menoscabo, menosprecioA communication that belittles somebody or something
minimizaciónThe act of reducing something to the least possible amount or degree or position
mínimoThe smallest possible quantity
Español > denigrar: 4 sentidos > verbo 4, communication
SentidoUse foul or abusive language towards.
Sinónimosabusar, injuriar
Específicodenostar, ultrajar, vilipendiar, vituperarSpread negative information about
insultar, maldecirheap obscenities upon
insultarabuse with coarse language
Generalagredir, atacarattack in speech or writing
Inglésabuse, clapperclaw, blackguard, shout
Catalánabusar, denigrar, injuriar, vilipendiar
Adjetivodifamatorio, injurioso, insultante, irrespetuoso, ultrajanteExpressing offensive reproach
Nombresabusador, abusón, maltratador, violadorsomeone who abuses
contumelia, insulto, revilementA rude expression / expression intended to offend or hurt

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