scorn

listen to the pronunciation of scorn
Englisch - Türkisch
hor görmek
{f} küçümsemek
tepeden bakma
tepeden bakmak
reddetmek
{f} küçümse

Tom birçok insanın sonradan görme insanları küçümsediğini Bay Ogawa'dan öğrendi. - Tom learnt from Mr Ogawa that many people have scorn for the nouveau riche.

Gerçek sanatçılar hiçbir şeyi küçümsemez; onlar kendilerini yargılamak yerine anlamak için zorlarlar. - True artists scorn nothing; they force themselves to understand instead of judging.

tenezzül etmemek
hor görme
küçümseme

Küçümseme aptalların yemeğidir. - Scorn is the food of fools.

Gerçek sanatçılar hiçbir şeyi küçümsemez; onlar kendilerini yargılamak yerine anlamak için zorlarlar. - True artists scorn nothing; they force themselves to understand instead of judging.

istihfaf
hakir şey
tahkir etmek
hor gör
{f} aşağılamak
tahkir
küçük görme
{i} küçümsenen şey
istihfaf etmek
{f} kuçük görmek
küçük görmek
contempt
{i} aşağılama

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

scornful
{s} aşağılayıcı
contempt
{i} nefret
contempt
teessüf
contempt
küçümsemek
contempt
itaatsizlik
scornful
alaylı
scornful
alaycı

Herkes alaycı bir biçimde ona güldü. - All scornfully laughed at him.

contempt
saygısızlık
contempt
aşağısama
contempt
küçümseme

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

Tom küçümsemenin altında. - Tom is below contempt.

scorned
{f} küçümse
scornful
hor gören
scornful
hakaret dolu
scornfully
küçümseyerek
He´s an object of scorn
Herkes onu hor görüyor
deride, degrade, scorn
alay etmek, küçük düşürmek, hor görme
pour scorn on
Doğum küçümseme dökmek
scorned
Aşırı derecede küçük görme. "hell hart no fury like a woman scorned"
scorned
küçümsenmiş
slight, scorn
Hafif küçümseme
contempt
{i} mahkemeye itaatsizlik
contempt
{i} ayıp
contempt
{i} iğrenme
contempt
{i} hor görme
contempt
(isim) aşağılama, küçümseme, hor görme, ayıp, hakaret, yüz karası, nefret, iğrenme; mahkemeye itaatsizlik
contempt
Fazla samimiyet hür
contempt
bilerek kurallara karşı gelme
contempt
{i} yüz karası
contempt
hürmetsizlik
contempt
contempt of court mahkemeye itaatsizlik
hold up to scorn
(deyim) alay konusu etmek
scorner
alaycı
scornful
{s} küçümseyen

Neden bana böyle küçümseyen bir görünüm veriyorsun? - Why are you giving me such a scornful look?

Sesinde küçümseyen bir ifade vardı. - There was a scornful note in his voice.

scornful
scornfulnessküçümseme
scornful
{s} ağır
scornful
{s} hakaretli
scornful
ağır scornfullyistihfafla
scornful
tahkir eden
scornful
tepeden bakarak
scornful
istihfaf
scornfully
hor görerek
scornfully
alayla
Englisch - Englisch
To feel or display contempt or disdain for something or somebody; to despise
A display of disdain; A slight
To reject, turn down

He scorned her romantic advances.

Contempt or disdain towards a despicable or unworthy person
To scoff, express contempt
To scoff; to mock; to show contumely, derision, or reproach; to act disdainfully
{v} to despise, slight, scoff
{n} contempt
Extreme and lofty contempt; haughty disregard; that disdain which springs from the opinion of the utter meanness and unworthiness of an object
If you pour scorn on someone or something or heap scorn on them, you say that you think they are stupid and worthless. It is fashionable these days to pour scorn on those in public life He used to heap scorn on Dr Vazquez's socialist ideas. = deride
reject with contempt; "She spurned his advances"
{i} derision, ridicule, mockery; target of mockery, object of ridicule
An object of extreme disdain, contempt, or derision
To treat with extreme contempt; to make the object of insult; to mock; to scoff at; to deride
look down on with disdain; "He despises the people he has to work for"; "The professor scorns the students who don't catch on immediately"
To feel contempt or disdain for something or somebody; to despise
If you treat someone or something with scorn, you show contempt for them. Researchers greeted the proposal with scorn = contempt
open disrespect for a person or thing
{f} ridicule, mock, deride; reject with contempt; treat with derision, treat with contempt
If you scorn something, you refuse to have it or accept it because you think it is not good enough or suitable for you. people who scorned traditional methods
To hold in extreme contempt; to reject as unworthy of regard; to despise; to contemn; to disdain
lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike; "he was held in contempt"; "the despite in which outsiders were held is legendary"
An act or expression of extreme contempt
If you scorn someone or something, you feel or show contempt for them. Several leading officers have quite openly scorned the peace talks
scorned
Hated, despised, or avoided

Zucchini and cauliflower seem to be widely scorned vegetables.

scorned
Simple past tense and past participle of scorn
scornful
Showing scorn or disrespect; contemptuous
scorner
{n} a despiser, ridiculer, scoffer, infidel
scornful
{a} contemptuous, haughty, insolent
scornfully
{a} contemptuously, insolently
pour scorn on
(deyim) Cover with contempt

The newspapers were filled with letters and articles pouring scorn on the very idea of evolution and the less the writers knew about the subject, the more violent their attack was. (From Seven Biologists by T.H. Savory, F.E Joselin and John Walton).

To scorn
flout
hold in scorn
regard with disdain, despise
laugh to scorn
make ridicule and mock, make deride and scorn
scorned
treated with contempt
scorned
past of scorn
scorner
{i} one who ridicules, mocker; one who rejects with contempt; one who treats with contempt
scorner
One who scorns; a despiser; a contemner; specifically, a scoffer at religion
scorner
One who scorns
scorner
a person who expresses contempt by remarks or facial expression
scornful
If you are scornful of someone or something, you show contempt for them. He is deeply scornful of politicians. a scornful simile. = contemptuous. feeling or showing scorn
scornful
{s} ridiculing, mocking, deriding; rejecting contemptuously
scornful
Full of scorn or contempt; contemptuous; disdainful
scornful
expressing offensive reproach
scornful
Treated with scorn; exciting scorn
scornful
expressing extreme contempt
scornfully
In a scornful manner
scornfully
with ridicule, mockingly, derisively; contemptuously, with disdain
scornfully
without respect; in a disdainful manner; "she spoke of him contemptuously"
scorning
present participle of scorn
scorns
third-person singular of scorn
think it scorn to do
be too proud to do -, consider oneself to be "above" doing -
scorn
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