Word: rebuke

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Synonyms: rebuke

reprimand, reproach, reproof, scolding, admonishment, admonition, upbraiding, finger-wagging, dressing-down, castigation, reprehension, reproval

Translations: rebuke

spanish
reprensión, reprimenda


german
verweis, zurechtweisung, tadeln, vorwurf, tadel

french
admonester, corriger, objurgation, réprimander, reproche, ...

italian
biasimo, rimprovero, sgridare, rimbrotto, rabbuffo, ...

portuguese
repreensão, reprimenda, censura, reprovação, repreender

dutch
standje, verwerpen, afkeuren, wraken

russian
отповедь, журить, отчитывать, упрек, выговор, ...

norwegian
irettesettelse, bebreidelse

swedish
tillrätta, tillrättavisning, tillrättavisa, näpst, förebråelse

finnish
torua, läksyttää, torut, moite, nuhde, ...

danish
dadle

czech
pokárat, výtka, vytknout, napomenout, kárat, ...

polish
wymówka, upominać, karcić, nagana, napominać, ...

hungarian
rendreutasítás

turkish
azar, paylama, sitem

greek
επιπλήττω, κατσαδιάζω, επίπληξη

ukrainian
відновлений

albanian
qortim, mosmiratimin, qortim i, një qortim, një qortim i

bulgarian
порицание, мъмрене, укор, изобличение, смъмряне

belarusian
папрок, дакор, яго папрок, закід

estonian
noomima

croatian
zamjerka, ukor, koriti, primjedba

icelandic
átala, ávíta

lithuanian
priekaištas, priekaištą, pabarimo, bark, papeikimas

latvian
pārmetums, rājiens, norāj, rājienu, izteikt rājienu

macedonian
прекор, укор, изобличи, прекорување, отфрлат тврдењата

romanian
certa

slovenian
pokárat, kárat

slovak
pokárání

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The meaning and "use of": rebuke

noun
  • an expression of sharp disapproval or criticism.

verb
  • express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behavior or actions.

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