Translation of baseness in Spanish:


vileza, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbeɪsnɪs/ /ˈbeɪsnəs/

See Spanish definition of vileza


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    vileza feminine
    bajeza feminine
    • There is no beast in the animal kingdom with the same capacity for baseness, for depravity and degradation as our lower classes sometimes display.
    • Ndibe infuses his work with traditional African values, sayings and beliefs that brilliantly parallel the baseness of a corrupt modern state on the brink of ruin.
    • Her hero's commitment to a vision of honorable politics is clearly out of place in a context of political corruption, baseness, and compromise.
    • Ensor employed notions of carnival and the mask motif to represent the rich baseness and corruption of modern man.
    • There was perhaps an assumption that the explicitness of some of the play's scenes, and the baseness of its religious characters, would outrage conservative Irish audiences.