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insult

verb /inˈsalt/
to treat (a person) rudely or contemptuously
insultar
He insulted her by telling her she was not only ugly but stupid too.
insulting adjective contemptuous or offensive
insultante
insulting words.
Translations of “insult”
in Korean 모욕하다…
in Arabic يَسُب, يَشْتُم…
in French insulter…
in Italian insultare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 侮辱,辱駡…
in Russian оскорблять…
in Turkish hakaret etmek, aşağılamak…
in Polish obrażać, znieważać…
in Portuguese insultar, ofender, injuriar…
in German beleidigen…
in Catalan insultar, ofendre…
in Japanese (人)を侮辱する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 侮辱,辱骂…
(Definition of insult from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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