Definición de rebuke en inglés:

rebuke

Silabificación: re·buke
Pronunciación: /riˈbyo͞ok
 
/

verbo

[with object]

sustantivo

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Derivativos

rebuker

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These days, he calls himself a ‘coke rebuker’ and delivers a rap message of recovery and restoration in churches.
  • In this case, the rich girl would be right to assume that the critic is below the rebuker in life.
  • Besides, why should the rebuker care about someone's else sin.

rebukingly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • With characteristic quarrelsomeness Janet responded rebukingly to an elaborate compliment.
  • The Reverend rebukingly and rather pointedly advised me to make the most of it then.

Origen

Middle English (originally in the sense 'force back, repress'): from Anglo-Norman French and Old Northern French rebuker, from re- 'back, down' + bukier 'to beat' (originally 'cut down wood', from Old French busche 'log').

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