disparage

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} kötülemek

Rakiplerimizi kötülemek istemedik. - We didn't mean to disparage our contenders.

make disparaging remarks küçük düşürücü sözler söylemek
kötüleme

Diğer insanları kötülememeliyiz. - We shouldn't disparage other people.

Rakiplerimizi kötülemek istemedik. - We didn't mean to disparage our contenders.

{f} hor görmek
küçümsemek
aleyhinde konuş
hor gör
disparagement aleyhinde bulunma
bozmak
{f} küçük görmek
{f} küçük düşürmek
takdir etmemek
aleyhinde bulunmak
disparagingly ten
aşağı görmek
yermek
disparagement
aleyhinde konuşma
disparagement
kötüleme
disparagement
yerme
disparaging
aşağılayıcı
disparaging
hor gören
disparagingly
küçük düşürerek
disparagement
aşağılama
disparagement
{i} kötüleme, küçük düşürme
disparaging
{s} küçümseyen
disparaging
{s} kötüleyici

Bazen kötüleyici olarak gürültü, önemsiz ve cazibeden yoksun müzik diyoruz. - We sometimes disparagingly call noise, music that's insignificant and devoid of any charm.

disparagingly
kötüleyici olarak
disparagingly
(zarf) kötüleyici olarak
disparagingly
kötüleyerek
Englisch - Englisch
To dishonor by a comparison with what is inferior; to lower in rank or estimation by actions or words; to speak slightingly of; to depreciate; to undervalue
Inequality in marriage; marriage with an inferior
To match unequally; to degrade or dishonor
To ridicule, mock, discredit
to regard or speak of slightingly
{v} to undervalue, lessen, degrade
If you disparage someone or something, you speak about them in a way which shows that you do not have a good opinion of them. Larkin's tendency to disparage literature. to criticize someone or something in a way that shows you do not think they are very good or important (desparagier , from parage )
{f} lower in rank by words or actions, malign, depreciate, belittle
express a negative opinion of; "She disparaged her student's efforts
express a negative opinion of; "She disparaged her student's efforts"
To match unequally; to degrade or dishonor by an unequal marriage
disparagement
The act of disparaging, of belittling

His disparagement of his opponent failed to dissuade voters.

disparaging
Present participle of disparage
to disparage
belittle
disparagement
{n} a disgrace, dishonor, reproach
To disparage
dehonestate
To disparage
dishable
disparaged
past of disparage
disparagement
Matching any one in marriage under his or her degree; injurious union with something of inferior excellence; a lowering in rank or estimation
disparagement
the act of speaking contemptuously of
disparagement
Disparagement is the act of speaking about someone or something in a way which shows that you do not have a good opinion of them. Reviewers have been almost unanimous in their disparagement of this book. = denigration
disparagement
Injurious comparison with an inferior; a depreciating or dishonoring opinion or insinuation; diminution of value; dishonor; indignity; reproach; disgrace; detraction; commonly with to
disparagement
a communication that belittles somebody or something
disparagement
{i} degradation, scorn, slander, belittlement
disparagement
the act of speaking contemptuously of a communication that belittles somebody or something
disparages
third-person singular of disparage
disparaging
Insulting, ridiculing
disparaging
expressive of low opinion; "derogatory comments"; "disparaging remarks about the new house"
disparaging
If you are disparaging about someone or something, or make disparaging comments about them, you say things which show that you do not have a good opinion of them. The Minister was alleged to have made disparaging remarks about the rest of the Cabinet. + disparagingly dis·par·ag·ing·ly Do not talk disparagingly about your company in public. criticizing someone or something, and showing that you do not think they are very good or important disparaging remarks/comments
disparaging
{s} scornful, derogating, belittling, slanderous
disparagingly
scornfully, in a belittling manner, slanderously
disparagingly
in a disparaging manner; "these mythological figures are described disparagingly as belonging `only to a story'
disparagingly
in a disparaging manner; "these mythological figures are described disparagingly as belonging `only to a story'"
disparagingly
In a manner to disparage or dishonor; slightingly
disparagingly
Insultingly
disparage
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