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contempt US English

The feeling that a person or a thing is beneath consideration, worthless, or deserving scorn

contempt of court in contempt US English

The offense of being disobedient to or disrespectful of a court of law and its officers

self-contempt US English

Contempt or loathing for oneself or one’s actions

beneath contempt in contempt US English

Utterly worthless or despicable

beneath contempt US English

Utterly worthless or despicable

hold someone in contempt in contempt US English

Judge someone to have committed the offense of contempt of court

hold someone/something in contempt in contempt US English

Consider someone or something to be unworthy of respect or attention

hold someone in contempt US English

Judge someone to have committed the offense of contempt of court

familiarity breeds contempt in familiarity US English

Extensive knowledge of or close association with someone or something leads to a loss of respect for them or it

familiarity breeds contempt US English

Extensive knowledge of or close association with someone or something leads to a loss of respect for them or it

hold someone/something in contempt US English

Consider someone or something to be unworthy of respect or attention

contempt US Thesaurus

she regarded him with contempt

contempt English-Spanish

desprecio m, desdén m

he was in contempt of court in contempt English-Spanish

había cometido desacato al tribunal

their respect/contempt for each other in each English-Spanish

su mutuo respeto/desprecio, el respeto/desprecio que sienten el uno por el otro

she flashed him a look of contempt in flash English-Spanish

le lanzó una mirada de desprecio

she felt profound contempt towards him in profound English-Spanish

sentía por él un profundo desprecio

he looked at them with proud contempt in proud English-Spanish

los miró con arrogante desprecio


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