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Translation of "scathing" - English-Spanish dictionary

scathing

adjective   /ˈskeɪ.ðɪŋ/
criticizing someone or something in a severe and unkind way mordaz scathing criticism He was very scathing about the report, saying it was inaccurate.2331
scathingly adverb   /-li/
(Definition of scathing from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scathing

adjective /ˈskeiðiŋ/
cruel, bitter, or hurtful mordaz, incisivo, duro scathing comments He was very scathing about her book.
scathingly adverb
mordazmente, incisivamente, duramente
(Definition of scathing from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “scathing”
in Vietnamese nghiêm khắc…
in Malaysian pedas…
in Thai เจ็บแสบ…
in French cinglant…
in German vernichtend…
in Chinese (Simplified) 严厉批评的,尖刻斥责的…
in Turkish sert, kırıcı, iğneleyici…
in Russian едкий, уничтожающий…
in Indonesian menyakiti hati…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嚴厲批評的,尖刻斥責的…
in Polish krytyczny, zjadliwy…
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