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Traducción en español de “scold”

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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.
Traducciones de “scold”
en coreano 꾸짖다…
en árabe يُوبّخ, يُعنّف…
en francés gronder…
en italiano sgridare…
en chino (tradicionál) 責罵,責備…
en ruso ругать…
en turco azarlamak, paylamak, çıkışmak…
en polaco karcić, krzyczeć na…
en portugués ralhar, repreender, admoestar…
en alemán ausschelten…
en catalán renyar…
en japonés (特に子供)をしかる, ~に説教する…
en chino (simplificado) 责骂,责备…
(Definition of scold from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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