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contempt

noun [U] uk   /kənˈtempt/ us  

contempt noun [U] (NO RESPECT)

C2 a strong feeling of disliking and having no respect for someone or something: At school she had complete contempt for all her teachers. You should treat those remarks with the contempt that they deserve. She's beneath contempt (= I have no respect for her)!hold sb/sth in contempt to feel contempt for someone or something
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contempt noun [U] (NOT OBEYING)

specialized ( also contempt of court) law behaviour that is illegal because it does not obey or respect the rules of a law court: The tobacco companies may be guilty of contempt of court for refusing to produce the documents.
Traducciones de “contempt”
en coreano 경멸…
en árabe إزدراء, إهانة…
en francés mépris, outrage…
en turco küçümseme, aşağılama…
en italiano disprezzo…
en chino (tradicionál) 不尊敬, 蔑視, 鄙視…
en ruso презрение…
en polaco pogarda…
en español desprecio, desdén, desacato…
en portugués desprezo, desdém…
en alemán die Verachtung, die Mißachtung…
en catalán menyspreu…
en japonés 軽蔑…
en chino (simplificado) 不尊敬, 蔑视, 鄙视…
(Definition of contempt from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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