HyperDic: ultrajar

Español > 3 sentidos de la palabra ultrajar:
VERBOcommunicationultrajar, afrentar, agraviar, injuriar, insultar, ofendertreat, mention, or speak to rudely
communicationultrajar, desacreditar, desprestigiardamage the reputation of
communicationultrajar, denostar, vilipendiar, vituperarspread negative information about
Español > ultrajar: 3 sentidos > verbo 1, communication
Sentidotreat, mention, or speak to rudely.
Sinónimosafrentar, agraviar, injuriar, insultar, ofender
Generaldañar, herir, insultar, lastimar, lesionar, ofenderhurt the feelings of
Inglésdiss, insult, affront
Catalánafrontar, insultar, ultratjar
Nombresafrenta, agravio, insulto, ofensaA deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect
contumelia, insulto, revilementA rude expression / expression intended to offend or hurt
Español > ultrajar: 3 sentidos > verbo 2, communication
Sentidodamage the reputation of.
Sinónimosdesacreditar, desprestigiar
Generaldenigrar, despreciar, menospreciarExpress a negative opinion of
Inglésdiscredit, disgrace
Catalándesacreditar, desprestigiar
Nombresdescrédito, deslustre, desprestigio, mala reputaciónThe state of being held in low esteem
desgracia, deshonra, ignominia, sambenito, vergüenzaA state of dishonor
Español > ultrajar: 3 sentidos > verbo 3, communication
SentidoSpread negative information about.
Sinónimosdenostar, vilipendiar, vituperar
Generalabusar, denigrar, injuriarUse foul or abusive language towards
Inglésvilify, revile, vituperate, rail
Catalánultratjar, vituperar
Adjetivovituperiosomarked by harshly abusive criticism
Nombrescalumnia, desprestigio, envilecimiento, malignment, vilipendioslanderous defamation
calumniador, difamador, infamador, libeler, maldiciente, maligner, traducer, vilifierOne who attacks the reputation of another by slander or libel
contumelia, insulto, revilementA rude expression / expression intended to offend or hurt
improperio, invectiva, vituperación, vituperioabusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will

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