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Translation of "slate" - English-Russian dictionary

slate

verb     /sleɪt/
[T] UK to criticize someone or something severely раскритиковать, устроить разнос [often passive] The film had been slated by critics.Insults and abuseTreating people or animals badlyDisapproving and criticizingDamaging reputationChastising and rebuking
be slated US
to be expected to happen in the future, or to be expected to be or do something in the future намечаться [+ to do sth] Filming is slated to begin next spring.Predicting things and intuition
Translations of “slate”
in Vietnamese công kích, đả kích…
in Spanish criticar duramente…
in Thai พูดห้วน ๆ…
in Malaysian mengecam…
in French éreinter…
in German verreißen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 選擇, 預計,預定, 安排…
in Indonesian mengecam…
in Turkish acımasızca eleştirmek, şiddetle tenkit etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 选择, 预计,预定, 安排…
in Polish zjechać…
(Definition of slate verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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