Translation of criticize in Spanish:

criticize

Pronunciation: /ˈkrɪtəsaɪz; ˈkrɪtɪsaɪz/

vt

  • 1.1 (censure) criticar* they criticized us for not acting sooner nos criticaron por no haber actuado antes
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    • During his latter Presidency he was criticized for spending too much time golfing and trout fishing.
    • However, the Singapore press is criticized for its coverage of local politics.
    • The trial judge was criticized for not giving more weight to oral testimony.
    1.2 (evaluate) hacer* la crítica de
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    • In his later school years his close friends were a group of boys who met on a regular basis to exchange and criticize each other's literary work.
    • In addition, both writers were admired and criticized by artistic women of the day.
    • But, criticizing Tolstoy, some theorists point out that an artist need not have the feeling in question in order to express it.

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