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condemnation
American English: /ˌkɑndəmˈneɪʃ(ə)n/
British English: /ˌkɒndəmˈneɪʃn/

Translation of condemnation in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • 1.1 (censure) these actions deserve worldwide condemnation
    estas acciones merecen la condena internacional
    Example sentences
    • We ask you to add your voice to the growing chorus of condemnation of Australia's refugee program.
    • Most telling about the agenda of Human Rights Watch is the joint NGO statement of condemnation regarding the Beslan terrorist massacre.
    • There is much about rehearsals, interpretations, recommendations or condemnations of performers.
    1.2 (sentencing) See examples:condemnation to something
    condena (feminine) a algo
    Example sentences
    • All the time he was under condemnation at Newgate he seemed only to meditate on making his escape.
    • As a result, they repeatedly solicited papal bulls condemning Jansenist works, and persecuted priests who refused formally to accept the condemnations.
    • Condemnation of the serial killer has been matched by criticism of the ineffective work of the local police and school headmasters.
    1.3 (of property)
    declaración (feminine) de ruinoso
    (of meat, food product)
    declaración (feminine) de no apto para el consumo
    1.4 (in US: of land)
    (por causa de utilidad pública)

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