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Spanish translation of “scorn”

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noun /skoːn/
contempt or disgust
desdén, desprecio
He looked at my drawing with scorn.
scornful adjective feeling or showing scorn
a scornful expression/remark.
making scornful remarks
He was rather scornful about your book.
scornfully adverb
con desdén
She looked at him scornfully.
scornfulness noun
desdén, desprecio
Translations of “scorn”
in Korean 경멸…
in Arabic احتِقار, ازدِراء…
in French mépris…
in Italian disprezzo, disdegno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輕視,鄙視…
in Russian презрение, пренебрежение…
in Turkish küçümseme, aşağılama, hor görme…
in Polish pogarda…
in Portuguese menosprezo, desdém…
in German die Verachtung…
in Catalan menyspreu…
in Japanese 軽蔑(べつ), あざけり…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轻视,鄙视…
(Definition of scorn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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