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Translation of "scorn" - English-Spanish dictionary

scorn

noun [no plural]   /skɔːn/ formal
the belief that something is stupid desprecio
verb   /skɔːn/ formal
to show scorn for someone or something despreciar You scorned all my suggestions.
(Definition of scorn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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