- [person] calumniar, difamar the much maligned director el vilipendiado director you malign her no estás siendo justo con ellaMore example sentences
- But he denied the army had been maligning politicians to discredit them.
- He was also taken aback because he felt the PR consultant was maligning someone who was dead.
- Now that we have Camilla installed, her champion wrote, should we still be maligning this lady?
Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.
- [influence/intent] malignoMore example sentences
- We should not believe that this malign aspect of human nature which sleeps in all of us has gone away or will ever go away.
- The place is populated by endearing eccentrics who eat seal-flipper pie and brood darkly on the sea's malign nature.
- The American Empire emerges, then, not as a complex phenomenon with some good effects and some malign ones.