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denigrate

Pronunciation: /ˈdenɪgreɪt/

Translation of denigrate in Spanish:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

[formal]
  • 1.1 [character/reputation/person] denigrar
    Example sentences
    • The new parliament [building] has been unfairly denigrated.
    • I think it treats readers like idiots, insults their intelligence and denigrates the whole point of delivering news in the first place.
    • It's just that we as critics have tended to stand apart and denigrate the content.
    1.2 [effort/attempt] menospreciar

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