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Spanish translation of “scorn”

scorn

noun /skoːn/
contempt or disgust
desdén, desprecio
He looked at my drawing with scorn.
scornful adjective feeling or showing scorn
desdeñoso
a scornful expression/remark.
making scornful remarks
desdeñoso
He was rather scornful about your book.
scornfully adverb
con desdén
She looked at him scornfully.
scornfulness noun
desdén, desprecio
(Definition of scorn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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