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Spanish translation of “critic”

critic

noun /ˈkritik/
a person who judges or comments on books, art etc
crítico
He is the film critic for a national newspaper.
a person who finds fault
crítico
His critics would say that he is unsuitable for the job.
critical adjective judging and analysing
crítico
He has written several critical works on Shakespeare.
fault-finding
crítico, severo
He tends to be critical of his children.
of, at or having the nature of, a crisis; very serious
crítico, grave, serio
a critical shortage of food After the accident, his condition was critical.
critically adverb
críticamente, de manera/forma crítica
She is critically ill.
criticize /-saiz/ verb ( (also criticiseBritish)) to find fault (with)
criticar
He’s always criticizing her.
to give an opinion of or judgement on a book etc
realizar una crítica
The course teaches students how to criticize literary works.
criticism noun
crítica
literary criticism.
critical thinking noun a rigorous type of thinking that involves making fair and careful judgements and evaluations based on evidence, reason, reflection, and open-mindedness.
Pensamiento Crítico
(Definition of critic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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