Translation of belittle in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- [achievements] menospreciar; [person] denigrar, rebajar to belittle oneself menospreciarse, tenerse* en menosExample sentences
- If you belittle their opinions or dismiss their problems, they'll stop talking to you.
- He does not dismiss or belittle the gifts and talents that his Creator endowed to him.
- She constantly criticizes and belittles the husband in screaming tones.
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