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contemptuous

  • 1 contemptuous

    adjective
    verächtlich; überheblich [Person]

    be contemptuous of something/somebody — etwas/jemanden verachten

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    [- uəs]
    adjective (showing contempt: a contemptuous sneer.) verächtlich
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    con·temp·tu·ous
    [kənˈtem(p)tʃuəs]
    adj verächtlich; look, remark also geringschätzig
    to give sb a \contemptuous look jdn verächtlich anschauen
    to be very \contemptuous of sb/sth voller Verachtung [o Geringschätzung] auf jdn [herab]blicken
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    [kən'temptjUəs]
    adj
    manner, gesture, look geringschätzig, verächtlich; person herablassend; laugh, sneer, remark, reference verächtlich

    to be contemptuous of sb/sth — jdn/etw verachten

    she was quite contemptuous of my offer — sie reagierte ziemlich verächtlich auf mein Angebot

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    contemptuous [-tjʊəs; US -tʃəwəs; -tʃəs] adj (adv contemptuously) verächtlich, verachtungsvoll, geringschätzig:
    be contemptuous of sth etwas verachten
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    adjective
    verächtlich; überheblich [Person]

    be contemptuous of something/somebody — etwas/jemanden verachten

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    adj.
    geringschätzig adj.
    verachtungsvoll adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 2 contemptuous

    - uəs
    adjective (showing contempt: a contemptuous sneer.) despreciativo, despectivo
    contemptuous
    tr[kən'temptjʊəs]
    adjective
    1 (attitude) despreciativo,-a, despectivo,-a; (person) desdeñoso,-a
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to be contemptuous of something/somebody despreciar algo/a alguien, desdeñar algo/a alguien
    contemptuous [kən'tɛmpʧʊəs] adj
    : despectivo, despreciativo, desdeñoso
    contemptuous
    adj.
    desdeñoso, -a adj.
    despectivo, -a adj.
    despreciativo, -a adj.
    menospreciativo, -a adj.
    kən'temptʃuəs, kən'temptjʊəs
    adjective despectivo, desdeñoso

    to be contemptuous OF something/somebody — despreciar or desdeñar algo/a alguien

    [kǝn'temptjʊǝs]
    ADJ [person] desdeñoso (of con); [manner] despreciativo, desdeñoso; [gesture] despectivo

    to be contemptuous of — desdeñar, menospreciar

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    [kən'temptʃuəs, kən'temptjʊəs]
    adjective despectivo, desdeñoso

    to be contemptuous OF something/somebody — despreciar or desdeñar algo/a alguien

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 3 contemptuous

    [kən'temptjʊəs]
    aggettivo sprezzante, sdegnoso

    to be contemptuous of sth., sb. — disprezzare qcs., qcn

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    [- uəs]
    adjective (showing contempt: a contemptuous sneer.) sdegnoso
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    contemptuous /kənˈtɛmptʃʊəs/
    a.
    sprezzante; sdegnoso
    ● (leg.) contemptuous damages, risarcimento irrisorio
    contemptuously avv. contemptuousness n. [u] NOTA D'USO: -contemptible o contemptuous?-.
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    [kən'temptjʊəs]
    aggettivo sprezzante, sdegnoso

    to be contemptuous of sth., sb. — disprezzare qcs., qcn

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 4 contemptuous

    [kənʹtemptʃʋəs] a
    1. презрительный, высокомерный

    contemptuous look [air] - презрительный взгляд [вид]

    contemptuous remark - презрительное замечание

    contemptuous manner - надменная манера

    with an air of contemptuous indifference - с видом презрительного равнодушия

    2. (of) пренебрегающий (чем-л.)

    contemptuous of public opinion - пренебрегающий общественным мнением

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  • 5 contemptuous

    CONTEMPTIBLE, CONTEMPTUOUS
    Contemptible означает 'презренный, заслуживающий презрения': contemptible act, contemptible behaviour. Прилагательное того же корня contemptuous имеет значение 'презрительный, презирающий, выражающий презрение': contemptuous glance, contemptuous smile, contemptuous reply.

    Difficulties of the English language (lexical reference) English-Russian dictionary

  • 6 contemptuous

    {kən'temptjuəs}
    a презрителен, надменен, който се отнася с презрение
    to be CONTEMPTUOUS of презирам
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    {kъn'temptjuъs} а презрителен, надменен; който се отнася
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    презрителен; надменен;
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    1. a презрителен, надменен, който се отнася с презрение 2. to be contemptuous of презирам
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    contemptuous[kən´temptjuəs] adj презрителен, надменен, който се отнася с презрение; he wаs \contemptuous of public opinion не зачиташе общественото мнение; FONT face=Times_Deutsch}}◊ adv contemptuously.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 7 contemptuous

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    [English Word] contemptuous
    [Swahili Word] fyozi
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] contemptuous
    [Swahili Word] peketevu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] contemptuous
    [Swahili Word] pekutevu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] contemptuous
    [Swahili Word] shashimamishi
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] contemptuously
    [Swahili Word] -bera
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] talk contemptuously
    [Swahili Word] -jugumu
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    English-Swahili dictionary

  • 8 contemptuous

    [- uəs]
    adjective (showing contempt: a contemptuous sneer.) prezirljiv
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    [kəntémptjuəs]
    adjective (contemptuously adverb)
    zaničevalen; (of) omalovažujoč, prezirljiv; ošaben
    contemptuous of — ne glede na
    to be contemptuous of s.o. — zaničevati koga

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 9 contemptuous

    contemptuous [kənˈtemptjʊəs]
    adjective
    méprisant ; [gesture] de mépris
    • to be contemptuous of sb/sth avoir du mépris pour qn/qch
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    [kən'temptjʊəs]
    adjective méprisant

    to be contemptuous of something/somebody — mépriser quelque chose/quelqu'un

    English-French dictionary

  • 10 contemptuous

    презрительный имя прилагательное:
    презрительный (contemptuous, disdainful, scornful, sniffy, snooty, supercilious)
    пренебрежительный (disparaging, contemptuous, disdainful, slighting, insolent)
    высокомерный (arrogant, haughty, contemptuous, lofty, supercilious, overweening)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 11 contemptuous

    1. a презрительный, высокомерный

    contemptuous look — презрительный взгляд

    contemptuous remark — презрительное замечание

    2. a пренебрегающий

    contemptuous of public opinion — пренебрегающий общественным мнением

    Синонимический ряд:
    1. condescending (adj.) arrogant; condescending; derisive; disrespectful; haughty; opprobrious; pompous; supercilious; superior
    2. scornful (adj.) audacious; bold; cavalier; disdainful; impertinent; insolent; offhand; off-hand; scornful; sneering
    3. unruly (adj.) defiant; recalcitrant; unruly
    Антонимический ряд:
    gracious

    English-Russian base dictionary

  • 12 contemptuous

    /kən'temptjuəs/ * tính từ - khinh thường, coi thường; tỏ vẻ khinh bỉ, khinh người, khinh khỉnh =to be contemptuous of something+ khinh thường việc gì =a contemptuous attitude+ thái độ khinh người =a contemptuous look+ cái nhìn khinh khỉnh

    English-Vietnamese dictionary

  • 13 contemptuous

    kənˈtemptjuəs прил. презрительный;
    высокомерный, пренебрежительный He was contemptuous of all authority. ≈ Он презирал власть во всех ее проявлениях. Syn : audacious, disdainful, insolent, scornful, supercilious, disparaging, slighting Ant : considerate, humble, polite, respectful, reverent презрительный, высокомерный - * look презрительный взгляд - * remark презрительное замечание - * manner надменная манера - with an air of * indifference с видом презрительного равнодушия (of) пренебрегающий (чем-л.) - * of public opinion пренебрегающий общественным мнением contemptuous презрительный;
    пренебрежительный, высокомерный

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  • 14 contemptuous

    - uəs
    adjective (showing contempt: a contemptuous sneer.) hånlig, med forakt/ringeakt
    hånlig
    adj. \/kənˈtem(p)tjʊəs\/
    foraktfull, full av forakt, hånfull, spotsk
    contemptuous of full av forakt for

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 15 contemptuous

    [- uəs]
    adjective (showing contempt: a contemptuous sneer.) foragtende; hånende
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    [- uəs]
    adjective (showing contempt: a contemptuous sneer.) foragtende; hånende

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 16 contemptuous

    უპატივისმცემლობით / ზიზღით აღსავსე
    a contemptuous smile ზიზღით აღსავსე ღიმილი
    he is contemptuous of public opinion ხალხის აზრს არაფრად აგდებს

    English-Georgian dictionary

  • 17 contemptuous

    adj. veracht
    contemptuous
    [ kəntem(p)tsjoeəs]
    min/verachtendgeringschattend, neerbuigend
    voorbeelden:
    1   a government contemptuous of parliament een regering die het parlement minacht

    English-Dutch dictionary

  • 18 contemptuous

    con·temp·tu·ous [kənʼtem(p)tʃuəs] adj
    verächtlich; look, remark also geringschätzig;
    to give sb a \contemptuous look jdn verächtlich anschauen;
    to be very \contemptuous of sb/sth voller Verachtung [o Geringschätzung] auf jdn [herab]blicken

    English-German students dictionary

  • 19 contemptuous

    contemptuous adj méprisant ; to be contemptuous of sth/sb mépriser qch/qn.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 20 contemptuous

    contemptuous [{{t}}kən'temptʃʊəs]
    adjective
    {{}}formal{{}} (look, manner, remark) méprisant, dédaigneux;
    to be contemptuous of sb/sth dédaigner qn/qch, faire peu de cas de qn/qch

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См. также в других словарях:

  • Contemptuous — Con*temp tu*ous (?; 135), a. Manifesting or expressing contempt or disdain; scornful; haughty; insolent; disdainful. [1913 Webster] A proud, contemptuous behavior. Hammond. [1913 Webster] Savage invective and contemptuous sarcasm. Macaulay. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • contemptuous — I adjective abasing, abject, abominable, abusive, accusatory, arbitrary, arrogant, base, brazen, bumptious, calumniating, calumniatory, calumnious, challenging, compromising, contemptible, contumelious, damaging, decrying, defamatory, defiant,… …   Law dictionary

  • contemptuous — 1590s, from L. contemptus (see CONTEMPT (Cf. contempt)). Related: Contemptuously …   Etymology dictionary

  • contemptuous — [adj] arrogant, insolent audacious, bold, cavalier, cheeky, cold shoulder, condescending, contumelious, cool, derisive, derisory, disdainful, disrespectful, dog it*, hard, hard nosed, haughty, high and mighty*, high hat*, insulting, on high… …   New thesaurus

  • contemptuous — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ showing contempt. DERIVATIVES contemptuously adverb contemptuousness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • contemptuous — [kən temp′cho͞o əs] adj. [ML contemptuosus] full of contempt; scornful; disdainful contemptuously adv. contemptuousness n …   English World dictionary

  • contemptuous — adj. contemptuous of (he was contemptuous of all authority) * * * [kən temptʃʊəs] contemptuous of (he was contemptuous of all authority) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • contemptuous — [[t]kənte̱mptʃuəs[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu v link ADJ, oft ADJ of n If you are contemptuous of someone or something, you do not like or respect them at all. He was contemptuous of private farmers... He s openly contemptuous of all the major political …   English dictionary

  • contemptuous — adjective 1 showing that you feel that someone or something is not important and deserves no respect: Cordelia threw him a contemptuous look. | be contemptuous of: He was openly contemptuous of his elder brother. 2 not feeling any fear in a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • contemptuous — adj. VERBS ▪ be, sound ▪ Her voice sounded almost contemptuous. ADVERB ▪ utterly ▪ almost ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • contemptuous — con|temp|tu|ous [kənˈtemptʃuəs] adj showing that you think someone or something deserves no respect ▪ Benedict threw her a contemptuous glance. contemptuous of ▪ He was openly contemptuous of his elder brother. >contemptuously adv …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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