Translation of deplore in Spanish:

deplore

Pronunciation: /dɪˈplɔːr; dɪˈplɔː(r)/

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

[formal]
  • 1.1 (condemn) [cruelty/racism/immorality] deplorar, condenar union officials deplored the management proposals los dirigentes sindicales calificaron de deplorables las propuestas de la dirección
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    • He acknowledges a common humanity, denouncing modern race slavery in the strongest terms and deploring the disappearance of Indian civilizations into a historical void in which their cultural meanings would be forever lost.
    • The official condemnations of the bombing, therefore, focus not on deploring the act but on lamenting the consequences.
    • He said: " The council deplores all acts of violence ".
    1.2 (regret) [death/accident/misfortune] deplorar, lamentar they deplored the lack of candidates se lamentaron de la falta de candidatos

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