Definition of diatribe in English:

diatribe

Syllabification: di·a·tribe
Pronunciation: /ˈdīəˌtrīb
 
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noun

Origin

late 16th century (denoting a disquisition): from French, via Latin from Greek diatribē 'spending of time, discourse', from dia 'through' + tribein 'rub'.

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