There are 2 translations of discredit in Spanish:

discredit1

Pronunciation: /dɪsˈkredət; dɪsˈkredɪt/

vt

  • 1.1 (show to be false) [theory] desacreditar to be discredited estar* desacreditado
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    • In its most common form, this fallacy attempts to discredit an idea or belief by associating it with an undesirable person or a group.
    • Can we expect to defeat terrorism without also discrediting the ideas and passions that underlie it?
    • After all, why not attempt to discredit a person's thoughts when you have nothing to go with?
    1.2 (damage reputation of) desacreditar, desprestigiar
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    • She wanted the President to believe in her innocence, and that she loves the country and she would never do anything to harm or discredit the citizens..
    • The defendants engineered an ulterior motive to discredit the claimant's reputation by writing maliciously about him in the practice teacher's report.
    • It may be an invention to discredit his posthumous reputation and supporters.

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Word of the day insensible
adj
insensitive …
Cultural fact of the day

In Mexico, today is Conmemoración de la Proclamación de la Independencia. Throughout the country, at 11 o'clock at night, there is a communal shout, El Grito, in memory of Padre Hidalgo's cry of independence from the Spanish in the town of Dolores.

There are 2 translations of discredit in Spanish:

discredit2

n

  • 1 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (disgrace) descrédito (masculine) to bring sth/sb into discredit desacreditar or desprestigiar algo/a algn to bring discredit on o upon sb/sth traer* el descrédito a algn/algo to be/redound to the discredit of sb/sth [formal] ir*/redundar en descrédito de algn/algo
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    • Within a month he was accused of ‘conduct of a nature to bring discredit upon the military service,’ and his trial began in Washington.
    • And if so, then that clearly is the sort of behavior that does bring discredit upon the House and ought to be basis for some action by the Ethics Committee.
    • He brings discredit upon himself by using this publication as a forum for his whining.
    1.2 (object of disgrace) (no plural/sin plural) to be a discredit to sb/sth ser* una vergüenza para algn/algo
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    • The party councillor, also supporting the no confidence motion, said: ‘It is a discredit to the whole chamber.’
    • What a discredit to teachers he is.
    • It is a discredit to the struggle of the people and a severe slap at the peaceful religion movement.

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Word of the day insensible
adj
insensitive …
Cultural fact of the day

In Mexico, today is Conmemoración de la Proclamación de la Independencia. Throughout the country, at 11 o'clock at night, there is a communal shout, El Grito, in memory of Padre Hidalgo's cry of independence from the Spanish in the town of Dolores.