Translation of damning in Spanish:


condenatorio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈdæmɪŋ/ /ˈdamɪŋ/

See Spanish definition of condenatorio


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    (evidence/facts) condenatorio
    • Each witness sits on the witness chair and delivers a piece of damning evidence.
    • If his hair and Natalee's hair is on it, yes it'll be very damning evidence and possibly proof beyond a reasonable doubt.
    • Suspicion rested on a handful of a details, which the Crown took as damning evidence and for which her defence said there was a perfectly innocent explanation.
    • There is damning evidence that their human rights have been routinely violated over many years and allegations that this has continued until very recently.
    • We passed our damning evidence to the police, who swooped on the companies' premises and arrested the masterminds behind the bogus operation.
    • The inquiry also heard damning evidence that CSL and other Government bodies failed to protect public safety.
    • It may turn out that there is damning evidence that we have not yet seen.
    • The doctor gave damning evidence in the trial of Mrs Symons, saying that one of her children, Jenny, had died from being shaken.
    • According to a Sunday newspaper, the damning evidence is contained in an e-mail sent by Jones.
    • Here is the damning evidence of the extent of the government's betrayal.
    • Frank discovers that the good Reverend may be involved in some shady, sinister dealings when he discovers damning evidence in a wall safe.
    • The police unearthed some fairly damning evidence against the Freemans, and the list of alleged victims only grew longer.
    • As a junior attorney on the case, I recall all too vividly the many hours spent combing through those documents for damning evidence.
    • There is the possibility, still, that further and far more damning evidence has yet to be divulged.
    • After the blow-up, David went to authorities with a box of damning evidence.
    • Not surprisingly, Edmunds's defence team did not attempt to challenge any of this damning evidence.
    • However some of the damning evidence later proved to be inconclusive.
    • Despite its denials and stonewalling, damning evidence has come to light implicating it in the deaths.
    • His lawyer uncovered some potentially damning evidence against the opposition.
    • For some, no amount of damning evidence will sway them from their allegiance.
    • Potentially damning physical or forensic evidence is scant in the Peters case.
    • Not long after this damning report, criticism again rained on the Bank.
    • Poor financial planning was one of the many criticisms in a damning report on the council by the Audit Commission earlier this year.
    • The report was a damning indictment of declining safety standards between 2003 and May 2005.
    • The damning criticism is contained in a report which also reveals the Isle of Wight's three jails are failing.
    • Regeneration plans for the town centre have been slated in a damning report by English Heritage.
    • A school for children with learning difficulties has been severely criticised and branded ineffective by inspectors in a damning report.
    • Despite the damning report, education chiefs have welcomed the criticism which they say is balanced and helpful.
    • The damning report into e-voting confirmed all the warnings from critics.
    • These remarks, intended as praise, are in reality the most damning criticism.
    • A damning critic of the United Nations, he was also the Senate's champion of international law.
    • Hundreds of mothers with severe postnatal depression are being forced to leave their new-born babies behind to get treatment at Scotland's psychiatric units, a damning report has revealed.
    • One in 10 asthma deaths in Scotland is due to inadequate treatment and widespread ignorance of the condition among health staff, a damning new report has revealed.
    • How many more damning reports have to be written before the Government takes epilepsy seriously?
    • Both reports are a damning indictment of the criminal negligence of the military.
    • Hers is a damning indictment of Executive policy and she makes a strong case.
    • The report on the operation of the Communications Centres Service Centre is very damning.
    • Instead of a damning critique he offers redemption through the invocation of a moral imperative.
    • My third and most damning criticism of expanding numbers in further education is an economic one.
    • Listening to Burns, it is difficult to quibble with his damning assessment.
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    (review/appraisal) crítico