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rebuke

verb /rəˈbjuːk/
to speak severely to (a person), because he has done wrong
reprender
The boy was rebuked by his teacher for cheating in the test.
Translations of “rebuke”
in Arabic يُوبّخ, يُعنّف…
in Korean 꾸짖다, 질책하다…
in Malaysian dimarahi…
in French réprimander…
in Turkish terslemek, azarlamak, çıkışmak…
in Italian rimproverare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 斥責, 指責, 訓斥…
in Russian делать выговор, давать нагоняй…
in Polish upominać, ganić…
in Vietnamese khiển trách…
in Portuguese censurar, repreender…
in Thai ดุด่า…
in German rüffeln…
in Catalan reprendre…
in Japanese ~を叱る, 叱責する…
in Indonesian menegur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 斥责, 指责, 训斥…
(Definition of rebuke from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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