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spiteful

  • 1 spiteful

    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) rencoroso
    spiteful adj rencoroso / malicioso
    spiteful
    tr['spaɪtfʊl]
    adjective
    1 (person) rencoroso,-a, malévolo,-a; (comment) malicioso,-a; (tongue) viperino,-a
    spiteful ['spaɪtfəl] adj
    : malicioso, rencoroso
    spiteful
    adj.
    malévolo, -a adj.
    rencoroso, -a adj.
    'spaɪtfəl
    adjective <remark> malicioso; <person> malo; (resentful) rencoroso

    it was spiteful of you to blame her — fue una maldad echarle la culpa a ella

    ['spaɪtfʊl]
    ADJ [person] (=resentful) rencoroso; (=malicious) malicioso; [action] malintencionado

    to be spiteful to sb — tratar a algn con rencor, ser rencoroso con algn

    * * *
    ['spaɪtfəl]
    adjective <remark> malicioso; <person> malo; (resentful) rencoroso

    it was spiteful of you to blame her — fue una maldad echarle la culpa a ella

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 2 spiteful

    злобный имя прилагательное:
    злобный (malicious, vicious, spiteful, malevolent, catty, hateful)
    недоброжелательный (malevolent, unkindly, spiteful, negative, mean, ill-disposed)
    злопамятный (resentful, spiteful)
    язвительный (caustic, incisive, acrimonious, waspish, biting, spiteful)
    ехидный (malicious, spiteful, viperous)
    злорадный (malevolent, spiteful)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 3 spiteful

    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) ondskabsfuld
    * * *
    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) ondskabsfuld

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 4 spiteful

    adjective, spitefully adverb
    boshaft; gehässig (abwertend)
    * * *
    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) boshaft
    * * *
    spite·ful
    [ˈspaɪtfəl]
    adj gehässig
    * * *
    ['spaItfUl]
    adj
    boshaft, gemein; (= gloating also) schadenfroh, gehässig
    * * *
    spiteful adj (adv spitefully) boshaft, gehässig:
    spiteful remark Boshaftigkeit f, Gehässigkeit f
    * * *
    adjective, spitefully adverb
    boshaft; gehässig (abwertend)
    * * *
    adj.
    gehässig adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 5 spiteful

    ['spaɪtf(ə)l]
    adj
    злобный, недружелюбный, зловредный

    I tried to like her, but I couldn't forget how spiteful she was in the past. — Я старался к ней хорошо относиться, но не мог забыть, как она вредничала в прошлом по отношении ко мне

    - spiteful smile
    - spiteful action
    - be spiteful to smb

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary

  • 6 spiteful

    [ˈspaɪtful]
    spiteful злобный spiteful злорадный, недоброжелательный spiteful злоумышленный spiteful язвительный

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 7 spiteful

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    [English Word] spiteful
    [Swahili Word] uwivu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] spiteful
    [Swahili Word] -a wivu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
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    [English Word] spiteful
    [Swahili Word] ovu
    [Swahili Plural] maovu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6
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    English-Swahili dictionary

  • 8 spiteful

    ['spaɪtfl]
    aggettivo [person] (malicious) maligno, perfido; (vindictive) rancoroso, vendicativo; [remark, gossip] malevolo, maligno; [article] velenoso, pieno di rancore
    * * *
    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) dispettoso
    * * *
    spiteful /ˈspaɪtfl/
    a.
    dispettoso; astioso; malevolo; maligno
    spitefully avv.
    * * *
    ['spaɪtfl]
    aggettivo [person] (malicious) maligno, perfido; (vindictive) rancoroso, vendicativo; [remark, gossip] malevolo, maligno; [article] velenoso, pieno di rancore

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 9 spiteful

    spiteful [ˈspaɪtfʊl]
    adjective
    malveillant
    • a spiteful remark une méchanceté
    * * *
    ['spaɪtfl]
    adjective [person] (malicious) méchant; (vindictive) rancunier/-ière; [remark] méchant; [article] fielleux/-euse

    spiteful gossip — commérages mpl

    English-French dictionary

  • 10 spiteful

    spiteful [{{t}}'spaɪtfʊl]
    adjective
    (person, remark, character) malveillant; (because of a grudge) rancunier, vindicatif;
    that was a spiteful thing to say c'était méchant de dire ça;
    to have a spiteful tongue avoir une langue de vipère

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  • 11 spiteful

    ˈspaɪtful прил. злобный, злой, злорадный, недоброжелательный, язвительный He the spitefullest of talkers in our town. ≈ Он самый язвительный из всех болтунов, которые есть в нашем городе. a stream of spiteful telephone callsшквал телефонных звонков недоброжелателей Syn : malicious, malevolent, gloating злобный;
    недоброжелательный, злорадный, злопамятный;
    язвительный - to be * against smb. злобствовать по отношению к кому-л. spiteful злобный ~ злорадный, недоброжелательный ~ злоумышленный ~ язвительный

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  • 12 spiteful

    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) ondsinnet, hatsk, smålig
    adj. \/ˈspaɪtf(ʊ)l\/
    ondskapsfull, malisiøs, sjikanøs, hatsk, ondsinnet

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 13 spiteful

    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) illgjarn

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 14 spiteful

    gonosz
    * * *
    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) rosszindulatú

    English-Hungarian dictionary

  • 15 spiteful

    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) rancoroso
    * * *
    spite.ful
    [sp'aitful] adj malvado, malicioso, odioso.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

  • 16 spiteful

    adj. nispetçi, cadaloz, kinci, kindar
    * * *
    kinci
    * * *
    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) kinci, nisbetçi

    English-Turkish dictionary

  • 17 spiteful

    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) zloben, kljubovalen
    * * *
    [spáitful]
    adjective (spitefully adverb)
    zloben, hudoben, potuhnjen, zahrbten, uporen

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 18 spiteful

    • pahanilkinen
    • pahansuopa
    • ilkivaltainen
    • ilkeä
    • vahingoniloinen
    • sadistinen
    • pitkävihainen
    * * *
    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) ilkeä

    English-Finnish dictionary

  • 19 spiteful

    ['spaɪtful]
    adj
    złośliwy, zawzięty
    * * *
    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) złośliwy

    English-Polish dictionary

  • 20 spiteful

    adjective a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.) spītīgs; ļauns; atriebīgs
    * * *
    spītīgs; ļauns

    English-Latvian dictionary

См. также в других словарях:

  • Spiteful — Spite ful, a. Filled with, or showing, spite; having a desire to vex, annoy, or injure; malignant; malicious; as, a spiteful person or act. Shak. {Spite ful*ly}, adv. {Spite ful*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • spiteful — I adjective acrimonious, antagonistic, antipathetic, belligerent, caustic, contrary, despiteful, envenomed, evil minded, froward, harsh, hateful, hostile, ill disposed, ill intentioned, ill natured, inimical, invidious, lividus, malevolent,… …   Law dictionary

  • spiteful — mid 15c., from SPITE (Cf. spite) + FUL (Cf. ful). Related: Spitefully; spitefulness …   Etymology dictionary

  • spiteful — *malignant, *malicious, malevolent, malign Analogous words: rancorous, antipathetic, antagonistic, hostile (see corresponding nouns at ENMITY): *vindictive, revengeful, vengeful …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • spiteful — [adj] hurtful, nasty accidentally on purpose*, angry, barbed, catty*, cruel, cussed*, despiteful, dirty, evil, hateful, ill disposed, illnatured, malevolent, malicious, malign, malignant, mean, ornery*, rancorous, snide, spleenful, splenetic,… …   New thesaurus

  • spiteful — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ showing or caused by malice. DERIVATIVES spitefully adverb spitefulness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • spiteful — [spīt′fəl] adj. full of or showing spite; purposefully annoying; malicious SYN. VINDICTIVE spitefully adv. spitefulness n …   English World dictionary

  • Spiteful — Supermarine Spiteful Supermarine Spiteful …   Wikipédia en Français

  • spiteful — spitefully, adv. spitefulness, n. /spuyt feuhl/, adj. full of spite or malice; showing spite; malicious; malevolent; venomous: a spiteful child. [1400 50; late ME; see SPITE, FUL] Syn. vengeful, mean, cruel, rancorous. SPITEFUL, REVENGEFUL,… …   Universalium

  • spiteful — adj. spiteful to + inf. (it was spiteful of him to say that) * * * [ spaɪtf(ə)l] spiteful to + inf. (it was spiteful of him to say that) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • spiteful — [[t]spa͟ɪtfʊl[/t]] ADJ GRADED Someone who is spiteful does cruel things to hurt people they dislike. He could be spiteful. ...a stream of spiteful telephone calls. Syn: malicious Derived words: spitefully ADV GRADED ADV with v We crept into our… …   English dictionary

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