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defame
American English: /dəˈfeɪm/
British English: /dɪˈfeɪm/

Translation of defame in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • [formal] she tried to defame my character
    intentó difamarme
    Example sentences
    • A legal expert here yesterday said that people who were e-mailing details of the allegations to friends and colleagues were engaging in libel, by defaming the players.
    • As far as I am concerned, with the weight of a 40-year journalistic and editing career behind me, this statement libels and defames me, and could form the basis of a suit at law.
    • I must respectfully insist that you either substantiate these claims - which you cannot do because they are false - or publicly apologize for attempting to defame my character and damage my reputation.

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