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scold

verb   /skəʊld/
to speak angrily to someone, especially a child, because they have done something wrong regañar His mother scolded him for breaking a vase.
(Definition of scold from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scold

verb /skəuld/
to criticize or blame loudly and angrily reñir, regañar She scolded the child for coming home so late.
scolding noun
a stern or angry rebuke reprimenda, regañina I got a scolding for doing careless work.
(Definition of scold from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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