contemptible

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} rezil
alçakça
alçak

Karısına tokat atan adam alçaktır. - A man who smacks his wife around is contemptible.

adi

Karısına tokat atan adam adidir. - A man who smacks his wife around is contemptible.

aşağılık

Karısına tokat atan adam aşağılıktır. - A man who smacks his wife around is contemptible.

Hiçbir şey korkuya dayalı saygıdan daha aşağılık değildir. - Nothing is more contemptible than respect that is based on fear.

{s} hor
aşağıllk
contempt
{i} aşağılama

Böylesine bir davranış için aşağılamaktan başka hiçbir şey hissetmiyorum. - I feel nothing but contempt for such behavior.

contemptible fearfulness
rezil korkaklık
contemptible, nasty, abominable
Kötü, iğrenç rezil
contempt
{i} nefret
contemptibly
aşağılık bir şekilde
contempt
teessüf
contempt
horgörü
contempt
itaatsizlik
contempt
hor görmek
contempt
hakir görme
contempt
kibir
contempt
küçümsemek
contempt
küçümseme

En iyi intikam ilgisizlik, küçümsemedir. - The best revenge is indifference, contempt.

Tom küçümsemenin altında. - Tom is below contempt.

contempt
aşağısama
contempt
saygısızlık
contemptibility
aşağılık olma
contempt
horlanma
deserving contempt
hor hak
contempt
hor görme
contempt
yüz karası
contempt
ayıp
contempt
hakaret
contempt
iğrenme
contempt
{i} mahkemeye itaatsizlik
contempt
contempt of court mahkemeye itaatsizlik
contempt
aşağsama
contempt
{i} küçük görme, hor görme
contempt
Fazla samimiyet hür
contempt
beneath contempt hor görmeye bile değmez
contempt
yukandan bakma
contempt
bilerek kurallara karşı gelme
contempt
hürmetsizlik
contemptibility
adilik
contemptibility
küçümseme
contemptibility
alçaklık
İngilizce - İngilizce
deserving contempt
worthy of scorn or disdain
{a} deserving contempt, pitiful
Worthy of contempt; deserving of scorn or disdain; mean; vile; despicable
that has risen up in contempt against the majesty of Heaven and earth"- Jonathan Edwards
deserving of contempt or scorn worthy only of being despised and rejected; "a contemptible lack of courage"; "A little, wretched, despicable creature, a worm, a mere nothing
Insolent; scornful; contemptuous
If you feel that someone or something is contemptible, you feel strong dislike and disrespect for them. this contemptible act of violence. = despicable. not deserving any respect at all = despicable
deserving of contempt or scorn
worthy only of being despised and rejected; "a contemptible lack of courage"; "A little, wretched, despicable creature, a worm, a mere nothing that has risen up in contempt against the majesty of Heaven and earth"- Jonathan Edwards
{s} despicable, worthy of contempt
Despised; scorned; neglected; abject
deplorable
pitiable
despicable
contemptible person
despicable person, person who is deserving of scorn
contempt
The state of being despised or dishonored; disgrace
contempt
Open disrespect or willful disobedience of the authority of a court of law or legislative body
Contempt
despect
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An act or expression denoting contempt
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{n} hatred of a mean object, without anger, envy or fear
contempt
{n} scorn
contemptibly
{a} meanly, pittifully, wretchedly
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{i} scorn, disdain; disrespect (Law)
contempt
open disrespect for a person or thing
contempt
A court ruling that a person has violated a written order A finding of Contempt can result in a fine, a jail sentence or both
contempt
Disobeying a court order when the person has the ability to comply
contempt
A willful disregard or disobedience of a public authority
contempt
a willful disobedience to or disrespect for the authority of a court or legislative body
contempt
(of the Senate or the House of Representatives) disobedience to the authority or orders of the houses, or interference with or obstruction of their work or the work of Senators or Members
contempt
a willful disobedience to or disrespect for the authority of a court or legislative body a manner that is generally disrespectful and contemptuous open disrespect for a person or thing lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike; "he was held in contempt"; "the despite in which outsiders were held is legendary
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If you hold someone or something in contempt, you feel contempt for them. Small wonder that many voters hold their politicians in contempt. familiarity breeds contempt: see familiarity. In law, willful disobedience to or open disrespect of a court, judge, or legislative body. An act of disobedience to a court order may be treated as either criminal or civil contempt; sanctions for the latter end upon compliance with the order. An act or language that consists solely of an affront to a court or interferes with the conduct of its business constitutes criminal contempt; such contempt carries sanctions designed to punish as well as to coerce compliance. In the U.S., a congressional committee can compel the attendance of witnesses. Any witness failing to appear or otherwise obstructing the committee in the course of exercising its powers may be in contempt. Witnesses are, however, protected by the 5th Amendment against forced self-incrimination. See also perjury
contempt
- method of enforcing a judge's order A person held in "contempt" of the court may be incarcerated
contempt
The feeling or attitude of regarding someone or something as inferior, base, or worthless; scorn
contempt
If you have contempt for someone or something, you have no respect for them or think that they are unimportant. He has contempt for those beyond his immediate family circle I hope voters will treat his advice with the contempt it deserves
contempt
The state of being despised; disgrace; shame
contempt
An act or omission that obstructs the orderly administration of justice or impairs the dignity, respect, or authority of the court May be demonstrated in behavior which shows intentional disregard of or disobedience of a court order both of which may be punishable by fine or imprisonment
contempt
lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike; "he was held in contempt"; "the despite in which outsiders were held is legendary"
contempt
failure to follow a court order One side can request that the court determine that the other side is in contempt and punish him or her
contempt
Contempt (ken-tèmpt´) noun 1 The act of contemning or despising; the feeling with which one regards that which is esteement mean, vile, or worthless; disdain; scorn 2 The state of being despised; disgrace; shame 3 An act or expression denoting contempt
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Disobedience of the rules, orders, or process of a court of justice, or of rules or orders of a legislative body; disorderly, contemptuous, or insolent language or behavior in presence of a court, tending to disturb its proceedings, or impair the respect due to its authority
contempt
a manner that is generally disrespectful and contemptuous
contempt
The act of contemning or despising; the feeling with which one regards that which is esteemed mean, vile, or worthless; disdain; scorn
contempt
The willful disregard for, or disobedience of, a court order or process
contempt
Words or actions which interfere with the proper administration of justice or constitute a disregard for the authority of the court Contempt of court comprises both the physical disturbance of particular proceedings in a court that prevent the court from attending to its business, and any interference with the authority of the court that impairs confidence and respect in the court and its judgements
contemptibility
unworthiness by virtue of lacking higher values
contemptibility
The quality of being contemptible; contemptibleness
contemptibly
In a contemptible manner
contemptibly
disdainfully, scornfully; despicably, detestably
contemptible