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  • 1 derision

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    [English Word] call of derision
    [Swahili Word] zimeo
    [Swahili Plural] mazimeo
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] call of derision
    [Swahili Word] zomeo
    [Swahili Plural] mazomeo
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] dhihaka
    [Swahili Plural] dhihaka
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
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    [English Word] derision
    [English Plural] derision
    [Swahili Word] kichekesho
    [Swahili Plural] vichekesho
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 7/8
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -cheka
    [Swahili Example] sikutaka watu wale waondoke na zawadi za vichekesho [Abd]
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] mashkara
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] masihara
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] mzaha
    [Swahili Plural] mizaha
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
    [Derived Word] Arabic
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] saguo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9
    [Derived Word] sagua
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] shere
    [Swahili Plural] shere
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    [English Example] make a derision
    [Swahili Example] cheza/fanya sheri.
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] sheri
    [Swahili Plural] sheri
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    [English Example] make a derision
    [Swahili Example] cheza/fanya sheri.
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] simango
    [Swahili Plural] masimango
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] ubishi
    [Swahili Plural] mabishi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] usimango
    [Swahili Plural] masimango
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] derision
    [Swahili Word] zomeo
    [Swahili Plural] mazomeo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6
    [Derived Word] zoma V
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    [English Word] expression of derision
    [Swahili Word] ng'o
    [Part of Speech] interjection
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    [English Word] expression of derision
    [Swahili Word] ng'oo
    [Part of Speech] interjection
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    [English Word] interj of derision
    [Swahili Word] nyoo!
    [Part of Speech] interjection
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    [English Word] treat with derision
    [Swahili Word] -safihi
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] treat with derision
    [Swahili Word] -safii
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    English-Swahili dictionary > derision

  • 2 derision

    dɪˈrɪʒən сущ.
    1) высмеивание, насмешка, осмеяние arouse a derision provoke derision object of derision Syn: ridicule, mockery
    2) объект насмешек, посмешище Syn: laughing-stock высмеивание, осмеяние - an object of * объект насмешек, посмешище - to be in * быть предметом насмешек, быть посмешищем - to speak eith * говорить с издевкой - to hold /to have/ smb. in * насмехаться над кем-л. - to bring smb. into *, to expose smb. to * сделать кого-л. посмешищем derision высмеивание, осмеяние;
    to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться;
    to be in derision быть посмешищем;
    to bring into derision делать посмешищем derision высмеивание, осмеяние;
    to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться;
    to be in derision быть посмешищем;
    to bring into derision делать посмешищем derision высмеивание, осмеяние;
    to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться;
    to be in derision быть посмешищем;
    to bring into derision делать посмешищем ~ редк. посмешище derision высмеивание, осмеяние;
    to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться;
    to be in derision быть посмешищем;
    to bring into derision делать посмешищем

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > derision

  • 3 derision

    [dɪˈrɪʒən]
    derision высмеивание, осмеяние; to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться; to be in derision быть посмешищем; to bring into derision делать посмешищем derision высмеивание, осмеяние; to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться; to be in derision быть посмешищем; to bring into derision делать посмешищем derision высмеивание, осмеяние; to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться; to be in derision быть посмешищем; to bring into derision делать посмешищем derision редк. посмешище derision высмеивание, осмеяние; to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться; to be in derision быть посмешищем; to bring into derision делать посмешищем

    English-Russian short dictionary > derision

  • 4 derision

    noun
    Spott, der

    be an object of derision — Zielscheibe des Spottes sein

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    [di'riʒən]
    noun (mockery or laughter which shows scorn and contempt: His remarks were greeted with shouts of derision.) der Hohn
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    de·ri·sion
    [dɪˈrɪʒən]
    n no pl Hohn m, Spott m
    to meet [or treat] sth with \derision etw verhöhnen [o verspotten]
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    [dI'rIZən]
    n
    Hohn m, Spott m

    to be greeted with derisionspöttisch or mit Spott aufgenommen werden

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    derision [dıˈrıʒn] s
    1. Hohn m, Spott m:
    hold in derision verspotten;
    be in derision verspottet werden;
    bring into derision zum Gespött machen
    2. auch object of derision Gespött n, Zielscheibe f des Spottes:
    be a derision to sb jemandem zum Gespött dienen
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    noun
    Spott, der
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    n.
    Hohn nur sing. m.
    Spott nur sing. m.
    Verhöhnung f.
    Verspottung f.

    English-german dictionary > derision

  • 5 derision

    noun (mockery or laughter which shows scorn and contempt: His remarks were greeted with shouts of derision.) burla, mofa
    tr[dɪ'rɪʒən]
    1 escarnio, mofa, burla, irrisión nombre femenino
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to be an object of derision ser el hazmerreír de todos, ser objeto de escarnio
    derision [di'rɪʒən] n
    : escarnio m, irrisión f, mofa f
    n.
    burlería s.f.
    escarnio s.m.
    irrisión s.f.
    ludibrio s.m.
    mofa s.f.
    rechifla s.f.
    dɪ'rɪʒən
    mass noun escarnio m (frml), irrisión f (frml)

    to make something/somebody the o an object of derision — ridiculizar* algo/a alguien

    [dɪ'rɪʒǝn]
    N mofa f, burla f, irrisión f

    this was greeted with hoots of derisionesto fue recibido con gran mofa or sonoras burlas, esto provocó gran irrisión

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    [dɪ'rɪʒən]
    mass noun escarnio m (frml), irrisión f (frml)

    to make something/somebody the o an object of derision — ridiculizar* algo/a alguien

    English-spanish dictionary > derision

  • 6 derision

    [dɪ'rɪʒn]
    nome derisione f.
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    [di'riʒən]
    noun (mockery or laughter which shows scorn and contempt: His remarks were greeted with shouts of derision.) derisione
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    derision /dɪˈrɪʒn/
    n. [u]
    derisione; scherno: hoots of derision, grida di scherno
    to bring into derision, mettere in ridicolo □ to hold (o to have) sb. in derision, deridere q. to be in derision, essere deriso □ to greet st. with derision, accogliere qc. con derisione: The suggestion was greeted with derision, la proposta è stata accolta con derisione □ object of derision, zimbello
    derisible
    a.
    risibile; ridicolo.
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    [dɪ'rɪʒn]
    nome derisione f.

    English-Italian dictionary > derision

  • 7 derision

    {di'riʒn}
    1. n присмиване, осмиване, присмех, подигравки
    to hold/have in DERISION надсмивам се над, подигравам се на
    to be in DERISION станал съм за смях
    2. посмешище
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    {di'ri(c)n} n присмиване, осмиване; присмех, подигравки; to
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    осмиване; присмех; присмиване;
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    1. n присмиване, осмиване, присмех, подигравки 2. to be in derision станал съм за смях 3. to hold/have in derision надсмивам се над, подигравам се на 4. посмешище
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    derision[di´riʒən] n 1. присмиване, осмиване, присмех, подигравки; to hold ( have) in \derision надсмивам се, подигравам се на; 2. ост. посмешище; to be the \derision of, to be in \derision станал съм за смях, обект съм на присмех (за).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > derision

  • 8 derision

    [dıʹrıʒ(ə)n] n
    высмеивание, осмеяние

    an object of derision - объект насмешек, посмешище

    to be in derision - быть предметом насмешек, быть посмешищем

    to hold /to have/ smb. in derision - насмехаться над кем-л.

    to bring smb. into derision, to expose smb. to derision - сделать кого-л. посмешищем

    НБАРС > derision

  • 9 derision

    [di'riʒən]
    noun (mockery or laughter which shows scorn and contempt: His remarks were greeted with shouts of derision.) posmeh
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    [dirížən]
    noun
    zasmehovanje, norčevanje, zasmeh; archaic predmet posmeha
    to be the derision of, to be in derisionbiti v posmeh

    English-Slovenian dictionary > derision

  • 10 derision

    derision [dɪˊrɪʒn] n
    1) высме́ивание, осмея́ние;

    to hold ( или to have) in derision насмеха́ться

    ;

    to be in derision быть посме́шищем

    ;

    to bring into derision де́лать посме́шищем

    2) редк. посме́шище

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > derision

  • 11 derision

    noun (mockery or laughter which shows scorn and contempt: His remarks were greeted with shouts of derision.) spott, hån, latterliggjøring
    hån
    subst. \/dɪˈrɪʒ(ə)n\/
    1) latterliggjøring, gjøn, ap
    2) hån, spott
    be the derision of være til spott og spe for
    bring into derision gjøre til latter
    have\/hold in derision håne

    English-Norwegian dictionary > derision

  • 12 derision

    /di'riʤn/ * danh từ - sự chế nhạo, sự nhạo báng, sự chế giễu =to have (hold) in derision+ chế nhạo, nhạo báng - tình trạng bị chế nhạo, tình trạng bị nhạo báng; trò cười =to be in derision; to be the derision of+ bị làm trò cười =to bring into derision+ đem làm trò cười

    English-Vietnamese dictionary > derision

  • 13 derision

    n. spot, bespotting, hoon
    [ dirrizjn]
    spotbespotting, hoon
    voorbeelden:
    1   be/become an object of derision bespot worden
         hold/have someone/something in derision met iemand/iets de spot drijven

    English-Dutch dictionary > derision

  • 14 derision

    noun
    1) высмеивание, осмеяние; to hold (или to have) in derision насмехаться; to be in derision быть посмешищем; to bring into derision делать посмешищем
    2) rare посмешище
    Syn:
    ridicule
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    (n) высмеивание; осмеяние
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    высмеивание, насмешка, осмеяние
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    [de·ri·sion || dɪ'rɪʒn] n. высмеивание, осмеяние, посмешище
    * * *
    высмеивание
    высмеивания
    вышучивание
    вышучивания
    осмеяние
    * * *
    1) высмеивание 2) объект насмешек

    Новый англо-русский словарь > derision

  • 15 derision

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > derision

  • 16 derision

    [di΄riзn] n ծաղրում, ծաղրանք. have/hold in derision ծաղրել, ծաղր ու ծանակի ենթար կել. be in derision ծաղր ու ծանակի առարկա լինել. make oneself an object of derision ծաղր ու ծանակի առարկա դառնալ

    English-Armenian dictionary > derision

  • 17 derision

    [di'riʒən]
    noun (mockery or laughter which shows scorn and contempt: His remarks were greeted with shouts of derision.) hån; spot
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    [di'riʒən]
    noun (mockery or laughter which shows scorn and contempt: His remarks were greeted with shouts of derision.) hån; spot

    English-Danish dictionary > derision

  • 18 derision

    დაცინვა, სასაცილოდ აგდება, გამასხარავება
    my suggestion was greeted with derision ჩემს წინადადებას დაცინვით შეხვდნენ

    English-Georgian dictionary > derision

  • 19 derision

    derision [dɪˈrɪʒən]
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    [dɪ'rɪʒn]
    noun [U] moqueries fpl

    English-French dictionary > derision

  • 20 derision

    [dɪ'rɪʒ(ə)n]
    сущ.
    1) высмеивание, насмешка, осмеяние

    to arouse / provoke derision — вызывать насмешки

    Syn:
    2) объект насмешек, посмешище
    Syn:

    Англо-русский современный словарь > derision

См. также в других словарях:

  • dérision — [ derizjɔ̃ ] n. f. • XIIIe; bas lat. derisio, de deridere « se moquer de » 1 ♦ Mépris qui incite à rire, à se moquer de (qqn, qqch.). ⇒ dédain, ironie, mépris, persiflage, raillerie, 1. risée, sarcasme. Dire qqch. par dérision. Rire, gestes de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • dérision — DÉRISION. s. f. Moquerie amère. Tourner en dérision. Faire quelque chose en dérision. Dire quelque chose par dérision. C est un homme qui tourne tout en dérision. C est une dérision …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Derision — De*ri sion, n. [L. derisio: cf. F. d[ e]rision. See {Deride}.] 1. The act of deriding, or the state of being derided; mockery; scornful or contemptuous treatment which holds one up to ridicule. [1913 Webster] He that sitteth in the heavens shall… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • derision — c.1400, from O.Fr. derision derision, mockery (13c.), from L. derisionem (nom. derisio), noun of action from pp. stem of deridere ridicule, from de down (see DE (Cf. de )) + ridere to laugh …   Etymology dictionary

  • derision — Derision. s. f. Mocquerie. Son principal usage est en cette phrase, Tourner en dérision. c est un impie qui tourne les choses les plus saintes en dérision …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • derision — index aspersion, bad repute, contempt (disdain), contumely, disdain, disrespect, ignominy, infamy …   Law dictionary

  • derision — [n] insult, disrespect backhanded compliment*, brickbat*, Bronx cheer*, butt*, comeback, contempt, contumely, crack, dig*, disdain, disparagement, dump*, jab, jest, joke, laughingstock, laughter, mockery, object of ridicule, parting shot,… …   New thesaurus

  • derision — Derision, Illusio, Irrisio, Derisus, huius derisus. Deridiculum …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • derision — ► NOUN ▪ contemptuous ridicule or mockery. ORIGIN Latin, from deridere scoff at …   English terms dictionary

  • derision — [di rizh′ən] n. [ME < LL derisio < derisus, pp. of deridere] 1. a deriding or being derided; contempt or ridicule 2. Rare a person or thing derided …   English World dictionary

  • dérision — (dé ri zion ; en poésie, de quatre syllabes) s. f. Moquerie méprisante. •   Peu s en faut qu elle ne s emporte jusqu à la dérision [de la religion], qui est le dernier excès et comme le triomphe de l orgueil, BOSSUET Anne de Gonz.. •   Tourner le …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

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