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stigma

noun   /ˈstɪɡ.mə/
[no plural] a strong feeling of disapproval that most people in a society have about something, especially when this is unfair estigma There is no longer any stigma to being divorced. Being an unmarried mother no longer carries the social stigma that it used to.1173
(Definition of stigma from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stigma

noun /ˈstiɡmə/ ( plural stigmas, stigmata)
a feeling within society that a particular illness, situation, or way of behaving is something to be ashamed of Estigma the stigma of mental illness/divorce.
(biology) the part in the middle of a flower that receives pollen Estigma The stigma receives the pollen from visiting insects.
(Definition of stigma from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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