Translation of blameworthy in Spanish:


culpable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈbleɪmˌwərði/ /ˈbleɪmwəːði/


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    (person) culpable
    (act) censurable
    (act) condenable
    (act) reprobable
    • The investigator found that the council was not blameworthy of doing anything wrong in the circumstances.
    • Decisions are often based not on general concepts of blameworthy or culpable conduct, but on the precise interpretation of technical terms within the act.
    • If criminals under a particular age are less blameworthy than other criminals it might seem to follow that we should spare such criminals the harshest sentence.
    • The death penalty is ostensibly reserved for the most blameworthy criminals.
    • The question is: who were more blameworthy, those who enacted evil out of blind conviction or those who betrayed intellectual ideals?
    • She then goes on to say that there is absolutely no excuse for this ignorance concerning punctuation; even the much favoured scapegoat, the U.S., is not considered blameworthy.
    • But naivety - especially willed naivety - is certainly blameworthy if one ought to know better.
    • The newspaper casts both political parties as equally blameworthy.
    • In other words, it's a way of blaming the victim even though the victim has not done anything blameworthy.
    • The huge number of people who ignore traffic regulations suggests that the system is as blameworthy as the motorist.
    • He says he thinks that the original authors are just as blameworthy as the spreaders.
    • It's true that there is no simple chain of blameworthy actions which led to this deterioration.
    • It is true that accomplices are normally less blameworthy than principals and therefore deserve less severe sentences.
    • A much larger issue is whether people and companies who disclose vulnerabilities are blameworthy when hackers write exploits that target that vulnerability.
    • Any behaviour which causes harm to oneself and others could be called blameworthy while any behaviour that causes no harm could be called praiseworthy.
    • This requires the existence of a just culture, one possessing a collective understanding of where the line should be drawn between blameless and blameworthy actions.
    • The rule is counterintuitive - by comparison, most people feel that repeating gossip is less blameworthy than initiating it - but it is the law.
    • He sighed, and somehow she felt deeply blameworthy.
    • There are cases in which someone knowingly performs a corrupt action but is, say, coerced into so doing, and is therefore not blameworthy.
    • His aggressive pleasure was disconcerting, though hardly blameworthy given the open-ended terms of the experiment.