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scathing

adjective     /ˈskeɪðɪŋ/
criticizing something very strongly: He was scathing about the report.Disapproving and criticizingDamaging reputationCritical and uncomplimentary
Translations of “scathing”
in Spanish mordaz, incisivo, duro…
in Vietnamese nghiêm khắc…
in Thai เจ็บแสบ…
in Malaysian pedas…
in French cinglant…
in German vernichtend…
in Indonesian menyakiti hati…
in Chinese (Simplified) 严厉批评的,尖刻斥责的…
in Turkish sert, kırıcı, iğneleyici…
in Russian едкий, уничтожающий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嚴厲批評的,尖刻斥責的…
in Polish krytyczny, zjadliwy…
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