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slander

noun   /ˈslɑːn.dər/
a false spoken statement about someone that damages their reputation, or the making of such a statement calumnia The doctor is suing his partner for slander. She regarded his comment as a slander on her good reputation. →  Compare libel 1024
verb   /ˈslɑːn.dər/
to damage someone’s reputation by making a false spoken statement about them calumniar 1024
slanderer noun   /r/ slanderous adjective   /-əs/
calumnioso a slanderous accusation/allegation/comment1024
slanderously adverb   /-əs.li/
(Definition of slander from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

slander

noun /ˈslaːndə/
(the act of making) an untrue spoken, not written, statement about a person with the intention of damaging that person’s reputation calumnia, difamación That story about her is nothing but a wicked slander!
(Definition of slander from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “slander”
in Vietnamese sự vu khống…
in Malaysian fitnah…
in Thai คำพูดให้ร้าย…
in French calomnie, diffamation…
in German die Verleumdung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诽谤,诋毁…
in Turkish iftira, karalama, kara çalma…
in Russian клевета…
in Indonesian fitnah…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誹謗,詆毀…
in Polish zniesławienie, pomówienie…
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