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denounceverb [T]

uk   /dɪˈnaʊns/ us   /dɪˈnaʊns/
  • denounce verb [T] (CRITICIZE)

to criticize something or someone strongly and publicly: The government's economic policy has been denounced on all sides. We must denounce injustice and oppression.
  • denounce verb [T] (ACCUSE)

to accuse someone publicly of being something that is bad or wrong: His former colleagues have denounced him as a spy.
(Definition of denounce from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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denounceverb [T]

us   /dɪˈnɑʊns/
to criticize someone or something strongly and publicly: The teachers denounced the contract offer as inadequate.
(Definition of denounce from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “denounce”
in Vietnamese tố giác…
in Spanish denunciar…
in Malaysian kecam…
in Thai ประณาม…
in French dénoncer…
in German anklagen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 批評, (公開)譴責,痛斥…
in Russian осуждать…
in Turkish alenen kınamak, suçlamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 批评, (公开)谴责,痛斥…
in Indonesian menuduh…
in Polish potępiać…
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