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Opprobrious

  • 1 opprobrious

    əˈprəubrɪəs прил.
    1) оскорбительный (о словах, речи и т.п.;
    редк. о людях) ;
    бранный opprobrious language Syn : contumelious, vituperative, abusive
    2) позорящий Syn : reprehensible, infamous, shameful, disgraceful (книжное) оскорбительный;
    - * words ругательства (книжное) позорный, позорящий;
    - * conduct позорное поведение opprobrious оскорбительный;
    opprobrious language ругательства ~ позорящий opprobrious оскорбительный;
    opprobrious language ругательства

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  • 2 opprobrious

    [əˈprəubrɪəs]
    opprobrious оскорбительный; opprobrious language ругательства opprobrious позорящий opprobrious оскорбительный; opprobrious language ругательства

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  • 3 opprobrious

    [ə'prəʊbrɪəs]
    aggettivo form. [language] oltraggioso; [behaviour] obbrobrioso
    * * *
    opprobrious /əˈprəʊbrɪəs/
    a.
    1 obbrobrioso; disonorevole; vituperabile: opprobrious behaviour, condotta obbrobriosa
    2 ingiurioso; oltraggioso; infamante; offensivo: opprobrious words, parole oltraggiose
    opprobriously avv. opprobriousness n. [u].
    * * *
    [ə'prəʊbrɪəs]
    aggettivo form. [language] oltraggioso; [behaviour] obbrobrioso

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  • 4 opprobrious

    opprobrious [əˊprəυbrɪəs] a
    1) оскорби́тельный;

    opprobrious language руга́тельства

    2) позо́рящий

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  • 5 opprobrious

    [əʹprəʋbrıəs] a книжн.
    1. оскорбительный

    opprobrious words /language/ - ругательства

    2. позорный, позорящий

    opprobrious conduct /behaviour/ - позорное поведение

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  • 6 opprobrious

    adj. smalend; beledigend
    opprobrious
    [ əproobriəs] 〈opprobriousness〉 〈formeel〉
    honendgeringschattend
    schandelijk 〈gedrag〉verachtelijk
    voorbeelden:
    1   opprobrious words scheldwoorden

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  • 7 opprobrious

    [ə'prəʊbrɪəs]
    adj
    invective, remark verächtlich, schmähend; conduct schändlich, schandhaft, schimpflich
    * * *
    opprobrious [əˈprəʊbrıəs] adj (adv opprobriously)
    1. schmähend, Schmäh…:
    opprobrious language Schmähreden pl
    2. schmählich, schändlich, infam, gemein (Verhalten etc)
    * * *
    adj.
    schmähend adj.

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  • 8 opprobrious

    оскорбительный имя прилагательное:
    оскорбительный (offensive, abusive, insulting, humiliating, opprobrious, insolent)
    позорящий (defamatory, dishonoring, disgracing, dishonouring, dishonorable, opprobrious)

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  • 9 opprobrious

    1. a книжн. оскорбительный

    opprobrious words — ругательства

    2. a книжн. позорный, позорящий

    opprobrious conduct — позорное поведение

    Синонимический ряд:
    1. abusive (adj.) abasing; abusive; contemptuous; damning; insolent; invective; offensive; reproachful; scornful; scurrile; shaming; truculent; vituperatory; vituperous
    2. derogatory (adj.) debasing; depreciative; derogative; derogatory; disparaging; libelous; slanderous; vituperative
    3. humiliating (adj.) calumniating; embarrassing; humiliating; insulting
    4. infamous (adj.) defaming; dishonorable; hateful; heinous; ill-famed; infamous; libeling; notorious; reprehensible; scandalous; scurrilous
    5. malevolent (adj.) contumelious; damaging; hurting; injuring; malevolent; malignant; maligning; reviling; spiteful
    6. shabby (adj.) deplorable; discreditable; disgraceful; dishonourable; disreputable; ignominious; shabby; shameful; unfortunate
    Антонимический ряд:
    complimentary; honorable; honourable; laudatory; praising; reputable

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  • 10 opprobrious

    opprobrious
    adj.
    oprobioso, -a adj.
    [ǝ'prǝʊbrɪǝs]
    ADJ frm oprobioso

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  • 11 opprobrious

    adj. \/əˈpreʊbrɪəs\/
    1) hånlig, foraktelig
    2) skammelig, vanærende
    this is opprobrious behaviour
    dette er skammelig oppførsel

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  • 12 opprobrious

    образливий; презирливий; який ганьбить

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  • 13 opprobrious

    {ə'proubriəs}
    1. обиден, оскърбителен
    2. позорен, срамен
    * * *
    {ъ'proubriъs} а 1. обиден, оскърбителен; 2. позорен, срам
    * * *
    срамен; оскърбителен;
    * * *
    1. обиден, оскърбителен 2. позорен, срамен
    * * *
    opprobrious[ə´proubriəs] adj 1. обиден, оскърбителен; презрителен; пренебрежителен; 2. позорен, срамен; FONT face=Times_Deutsch}}◊ adv opprobriously.

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  • 14 opprobrious

    adj
    1) ганебний
    2) образливий, лайливий

    opprobrious words — лайка

    * * *
    a
    1) образливий
    2) ганебний

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  • 15 opprobrious

    adjective
    1) оскорбительный; opprobrious language ругательства
    2) позорящий
    Syn:
    reprehensible
    * * *
    (a) оскорбительный; позорный; позорящий
    * * *
    1) оскорбительный; бранный 2) позорящий
    * * *
    [op·pro·bri·ous || ə'prəʊbrɪəs] adj. оскорбительный, позорящий
    * * *
    оскорбительный
    позорен
    позорный
    позорящий
    постыден
    постыдный
    * * *
    1) оскорбительный 2) позорящий

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  • 16 opprobrious

    [ə'prəubrɪəs]
    прил.; книжн.
    1) оскорбительный (о словах, речи); бранный

    opprobrious language — ругательства

    Syn:
    2) позорящий
    Syn:

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  • 17 opprobrious

    opprobrious оскорибтельный

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  • 18 Opprobrious

    adj.
    Ar. and P. διβολος, P. βλάσφημος, V. λοίδορος (Eur., Cycl.), κακόστομος, P. and V. κακός.
    Opprobrious words: V. λόγοι ὀνειδιστῆρες.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language

  • 19 opprobrious

    opprobrious adj sout
    1 [language] méprisant ;
    2 [behaviour] infâme.

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  • 20 opprobrious

    opprobrious [{{t}}ə'prəʊbrɪəs]
    adjective {{}}formal{{}}
    (a) (scornful) méprisant
    (b) (shameful) honteux, scandaleux

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  • Opprobrious — Op*pro bri*ous, a. [L. opprobriosus, fr. opprobrium. See {Opprobrium}.] 1. Expressive of opprobrium; attaching disgrace; reproachful; scurrilous; as, opprobrious language. [1913 Webster] They . . . vindicate themselves in terms no less… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • opprobrious — index bad (offensive), blameful, blameworthy, calumnious, contemptible, contemptuous, disgraceful …   Law dictionary

  • opprobrious — (adj.) full of reproach, intended to bring disgrace, late 14c., from O.Fr. opprobrieux, from L.L. opprobriosus, from L. opprobare to reproach, taunt, from ob against (see OB (Cf. ob )) + probrum reproach, infamy. Etymological sense is disgrace… …   Etymology dictionary

  • opprobrious — *abusive, vituperative, contumelious, scurrilous Analogous words: reviling, vituperating, railing, berating (see SCOLD): *malicious, malevolent, malign, malignant: *execrable, damnable, accursed …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • opprobrious — [adj] abusive, hateful abasing, calumniatory, contemptuous, contumelious, damaging, debasing, defamatory, defaming, denigrating, depreciative, derogative, despicable, despiteful, detractive, disgracing, dishonoring, disparaging, humiliating,… …   New thesaurus

  • opprobrious — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ highly scornful. DERIVATIVES opprobriously adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • opprobrious — [ə prō′brē əs] adj. [ME < LL opprobriosus] 1. expressing opprobrium; abusive; disrespectful 2. Now Rare deserving opprobrium; disgraceful opprobriously adv. opprobriousness n …   English World dictionary

  • opprobrious — opprobriously, adv. opprobriousness, n. /euh proh bree euhs/, adj. 1. conveying or expressing opprobrium, as language or a speaker: opprobrious invectives. 2. outrageously disgraceful or shameful: opprobrious conduct. [1350 1400; ME < LL… …   Universalium

  • opprobrious — adjective Date: 14th century 1. expressive of opprobrium ; scurrilous < opprobrious language > 2. deserving of opprobrium ; infamous • opprobriously adverb • opprobriousness noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • opprobrious — /əˈproʊbriəs/ (say uh prohbreeuhs) adjective 1. conveying or expressing opprobrium, as language, a speaker, etc.: opprobrious invectives. 2. disgraceful or shameful; contumelious. {Middle English, from Late Latin opprōbriōsus} –opprobriously,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • opprobrious — adjective a) Of or related to opprobrium. b) Tending to cause opprobrium …   Wiktionary