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Spanish translation of “condemn”

condemn

verb /kənˈdem/
to criticize as morally wrong or evil
condenar
Everyone condemned her for being cruel to her child.
to sentence to (a punishment)
condenar
She was condemned to death.
to declare (a building) to be unfit to use
declarar en ruina
These houses have been condemned.
condemnation /kondemˈneiʃən/ noun
condena
He came in for widespread condemnation following his insensitive remarks.
condemned cell noun a cell for a prisoner under sentence of death.
celda de los condenados a muerte
(Definition of condemn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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