Definición de reprimand en inglés:

reprimand

Saltos de línea: rep¦ri|mand
Pronunciación: /ˈrɛprɪmɑːnd
 
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sustantivo

A formal expression of disapproval: the golfer received a reprimand for a breach of rules
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They both received a written reprimand and were ordered to pay significant costs.
  • His behavior, which did not go unnoticed, became the subject of a formal reprimand by the Cliburn Foundation chairman.
  • Among other unfair treatments she made him mop the floor and issued formal warnings for relatively minor offences for which female employees received mild, informal reprimands.
Sinónimos
rebuke, reproof, admonishment, admonition, reproach, reproval, scolding, remonstration, upbraiding, castigation, lambasting, lecture, criticism, censure
informal telling-off, rap, rap over the knuckles, slap on the wrist, flea in one's ear, dressing-down, earful, roasting, tongue-lashing, bawling-out, caning, blast
British informal ticking off, carpeting, wigging, rollicking, rocket, row
Australian/New Zealand informal serve
British vulgar slang bollocking
dated rating

verbo

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Address a reprimand to: officials were reprimanded for poor work
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He came to the attention of the authorities only because, returning one day from hunting, he had shot a tame bird; reprimanded by a bystander, he replied that if the man would only stay while he charged his piece, he would shoot him too.
  • In 1932 the cast would have been severely reprimanded backstage afterwards - and worse!
  • Things go from bad to worse as Nick returns to the stall moaning about being reprimanded by a security guard for handing out flyers.
Sinónimos

Origen

mid 17th century: from French réprimande, via Spanish from Latin reprimenda, 'things to be held in check', neuter plural gerundive of reprimere (see repress).

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