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Translation of "belittle" - English-Spanish dictionary

belittle

verb   /bɪˈlɪt.l̩/
to make a person or an action seem as if he, she or it is not important rebajar, menospreciar Though she had spent hours fixing the computer, he belittled her efforts. Stop belittling yourselfyour work is highly valued.1015
(Definition of belittle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

belittle

verb /biˈlitl/
(formal ) to make to seem unimportant (usually by harsh criticism) minimizar, subestimar She is always belittling his achievements.
(Definition of belittle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “belittle”
in Vietnamese coi nhẹ…
in Malaysian mengecil-ngecilkan…
in Thai ดูถูก…
in French déprécier…
in German herabsetzen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轻视, 贬低…
in Turkish küçültmek, küçümsemek…
in Russian преуменьшать…
in Indonesian meremehkan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輕視, 貶低…
in Polish umniejszać…
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