Translation of animadversion in Spanish:

animadversion

reprobación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌænəmædˈvərʒ(ə)n/ /ˌanɪmədˈvəːʃ(ə)n/

noun

formal
  • 1

    (criticism)
    reprobación feminine
    animadversion on sth reprobación de algo
    animadversion upon sth reprobación de algo
    • I have nonetheless some animadversions concerning the inclusion of some ‘responses’ in Professor Butler's collection and the omission of others.
    • Like a performance artist, Keyes riled the crowd up, mixing animadversions on constitutional law with sudden, stentorian salvos against judges.
    • The most contentious matter on which the moderates tended to side with Bowdoin and the radicals concerned Bernard's animadversions on crowd action.
    • I know he read my column at least once because it so infuriated him, but did he read it again before he put forth his animadversions
    • These discoveries provide sharp contrast to the vitriolic animadversions of Walsingham et al.
    • He is no less acerbic when pondering under what extraordinary circumstances Trevor Sinclair came to be picked for the England football team, an animadversion with which all right-thinking fans concur.
    • When a man accepts a public place, he ought to calculate that he will be subject to public animadversion and should act with magnanimity.
    • If the work is so daring as to merit public animadversion, the magistrate summons the printer, who either stands mute or names the author.
    • One nationalist observer noted that Judge Jones ‘has given great disaffection… [and] has brought down severe animadversion on himself.’
    • Derrida and Foucault's whole deconstructive enterprise might be seen as an exercise in animadversion on the Western cultural process of translation.
    • Such crimes would have deserved the animadversion of the magistrate; but in this promiscuous outrage, the innocent were confounded with the guilty, and Alexandria was impoverished by the loss of a wealthy and industrious colony.
    • As Madison wrote, a government which is 'elective, limited, and responsible' to the people requires 'a greater freedom of animadversion' than one not so structured.
  • 2

    (observation)
    observación feminine
    comentario masculine
    animadversion on sth observación acerca de algo
    comentario acerca de algo
    animadversion upon sth observación acerca de algo
    comentario acerca de algo