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admonish

verb /ədˈmoniʃ/
(formal) to scold or rebuke
amonestar
The judge admonished the young man for fighting in the street.
admonishment /ædˈmoniʃmənt/ noun
admonición, amonestación
He disregarded virtually all of her admonishments.
admonition /ӕd-/ noun
admonición, amonestación
She ignored the admonitions of her aunt.
Translations of “admonish”
in Vietnamese khiển trách…
in Thai ตักเตือน…
in Malaysian menegur…
in French réprimander…
in German ermahnen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 告誡, 警告, 責備…
in Indonesian mengecam, memperingatkan…
in Russian журить…
in Turkish hafif bir dille azarlamak, uyarmak, ikaz etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 告诫, 警告, 责备…
in Polish upominać…
(Definition of admonish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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