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reproach

verb /rəˈprəutʃ/
to rebuke or blame but usually with a feeling of sadness and disappointment rather than anger
reprochar (a)
She reproached me for not telling her about my money troubles There is no need to reproach yourself – you did the best you could.
reproachful adjective showing or expressing reproach
de reproche
a reproachful look reproachful words.
reproachfully adverb
con reproche
She stared at him reproachfully.
(Definition of reproach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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