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Translation of "denounce" - English-Spanish dictionary

denounce

verb   /dɪˈnaʊns/
to criticize something or someone strongly and publicly denunciar The government’s economic policy has been denounced on all sides. We must denounce injustice and oppression.1173
to accuse someone publicly of being something that is bad or wrong denunciar His former colleagues have denounced him as a spy.1172
(Definition of denounce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

denounce

verb /diˈnauns/
to accuse publicly (of a crime etc) denunciar He was denounced as a traitor.
denunciation /dinansiˈeiʃən/ noun
denuncia the denunciation of police brutality to the Council of Human Rights.
(Definition of denounce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “denounce”
in Vietnamese tố giác…
in Malaysian kecam…
in Thai ประณาม…
in French dénoncer…
in German anklagen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 批评, (公开)谴责,痛斥…
in Turkish alenen kınamak, suçlamak…
in Russian осуждать…
in Indonesian menuduh…
in Chinese (Traditional) 批評, (公開)譴責,痛斥…
in Polish potępiać…
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