Definición de derogatory en inglés:

derogatory

Saltos de línea: de¦roga|tory
Pronunciación: /dɪˈrɒɡət(ə)ri
 
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adjetivo

Showing a critical or disrespectful attitude: she tells me I’m fat and is always making derogatory remarks
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The people who made the derogatory remarks were a group whose tongues may have been loosened by drink.
  • I was disappointed that he had to resort to derogatory and intolerant remarks to try to be funny.
  • People have lost their jobs over derogatory remarks made in blogs, but can you be sued for libel or defamation?
Sinónimos
disparaging, denigratory, belittling, diminishing, slighting, deprecatory, depreciatory, depreciative, detracting, deflating; disrespectful, demeaning, discrediting, dishonouring; critical, pejorative, negative, unfavourable, disapproving, uncomplimentary, unflattering, insulting; offensive, personal, abusive, vituperative, rude, spiteful, nasty, mean; hurtful, damaging, injurious; defamatory, slanderous, libellous, scurrilous, calumnious, calumniatory, vilifying, traducing
archaic contumelious

Origen

early 16th century (in the sense 'impairing in force or effect'): from late Latin derogatorius, from derogat- 'abrogated', from the verb derogare (see derogate).

Derivativos

derogatorily

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Many of the incomers (or ‘white settlers’, as they are sometimes derogatorily known) are seeking a better quality of life away from the big cities.
  • Roma, derogatorily known as gypsies, have lived in Eastern Europe since about 1300.
  • This is why serious astrologers shrink away from what is somewhat derogatorily referred to as ‘sun-sign astrology‘.

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