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To pass on (to one's children, future generations etc.); to transmit

However therefore this complexion was first acquired, it is evidently maintained by generation, and by the tincture of the skin as a spermatical part traduced from father unto son .

To pass into another form of expression; to rephrase, to translate

From Davenant down to Dumas, from the Englishman who improved Macbaeth to the Frenchman who traduced into the French of Paris four acts of Hamlet, and added a new fifth act of his own, Shakespeare has been disturbed in a way he little thought of when he menacingly provided for the repose of his bones.

To malign a person or entity by making malicious and false or defamatory statements

This heavy-headed revel east and westMakes us traduced and tax'd of other nations:.

{v} to censure, defame, misrepresent
To represent; to exhibit; to display; to expose; to make an example of
To expose to contempt or shame; to represent as blamable; to calumniate; to vilify; to defame
If someone has been traduced, unpleasant and untrue things have deliberately been said about them. We have been traduced in the press as xenophobic bigots. to deliberately say things that are untrue or unpleasant (traducere , from trans- ( TRANS-) + ducere )
speak unfavorably about; "She badmouthes her husband everywhere"
To transfer; to transmit; to hand down; as, to traduce mental qualities to one's descendants
To translate from one language to another; as, to traduce and compose works
To increase or distribute by propagation
To draw away; to seduce
{f} defame, slander
The act of traducing; slander, calumny

Rome must know / The value of her own: 'twere a concealment / Worse than a theft, no less than a traducement, / To hide your doings; and to silence that, / Which, to the spire and top of praises vouch'd, / Would seem but modest.

{n} false censure, slander, scandal
{n} one who traduces, one who slanders
past of traduce
The act of traducing; misrepresentation; ill-founded censure; defamation; calumny
{i} slander, libel
One who derives or deduces
One who traduces; a slanderer; a calumniator
One who traduces
{i} one who defames, slanderer
one who attacks the reputation of another by slander or libel
third-person singular of traduce
present participle of traduce