Traducción de debunk en Español:


demoler, v.

Pronunciación /diˈbəŋk/ /diːˈbʌŋk/

Ver definición en Español de demoler

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    (claim/theory) demoler coloquial
    (claim/theory) desacreditar
    (belief/person) desacreditar
    (ridicule) ridiculizar
    (expose) desenmascarar
    • More importantly, it debunks the idea that educational reform is instituted to enhance the skills of the labour force.
    • A very ordinary rural chap (the Mirror piece certainly debunking the idea that he is a reclusive loner), he has understandably won mass public sympathy for the way he was mistreated.
    • You may have heard of professor Richard Wiseman - a British psychologist famous for debunking irrational ideas.
    • However, by an analysis of econometric studies, case study work and official statistics, this paper debunks the idea that, for the majority of these groups, ‘things are getting better’.
    • In his brilliant appraisal of the post-punk years, Simon Reynolds debunks the old idea that the Sixties witnessed pop's golden era.
    • She debunks the idea that the human interest story was always central to American journalism.
    • In a few pages he debunks the idea that testosterone makes men behave as they do.
    • She also debunked a Western belief that health is synonymous with mediocrity and suffering with art.
    • Goode's goal is to understand rather than to debunk such beliefs.
    • If anything, the Oscar nominations debunk the idea that this was a great year for women.
    • The major portion of this book is dedicated to debunking beliefs in astrology, superstition and New Age beliefs.
    • A growing body of research on parent-adolescent relationships has debunked the popular notion that emotional distancing is a necessary companion to adolescent individuation.
    • Sometimes this long-range goal is sacrificed because of the desire to expose or debunk a current claim.
    • He brilliantly debunks the notion of a single ‘pre-political’, traditional and eternal concept of marriage.
    • Fourth, Dr. Robison also debunks the common assumption that our kids are not only eating more today, they're eating more of the wrong kinds of food.
    • They can open a window on the inner workings of ivory tower, debunking stereotypes of academics as detached from the real world.
    • Rothman debunks the romantic notion of a doomed genius working feverishly by candlelight to commit his revolutionary theory of equations and groups to paper.
    • The film debunks the notion of an egalitarian society.
    • Mike Males devotes a chapter in his 1999 book Framing Youth to debunking the myth that young people are not oppressed.
    • It is the first of several articles that debunk the theory that ‘A-type’ personalities are prone to heart disease.
    • It is not their inclination to debunk combat heroes…
    • It's just not worth debunking someone who has no credibility in the first place.
    • Dr Marshall places Knox in his context and cuts him down to size without debunking him or letting him be effaced by the tumult of his times.
    • Whoever is trying to debunk him, they are simply jealous that he is up there and they are down there.
    • Ignore or debunk David Irving, but don't censor him.
    • This is the man who spends much energy trying to debunk Mother Theresa.
    • Each year, the Abstinence Clearinghouse devotes two hours of its annual conference to debunking a man whose fame and influence peaked generations ago.
    • All told, an evening that deromanticises Ibsen without debunking him and that offers vital proof as to why we still need the international festival.
    • The teenage Twain's initial intention had nothing to do with debunking Simmons.
    • How to debunk the man who set 61 NHL scoring records, led the NHL in scoring 10 times, and was the league MVP 9 times?
    • I wanted to take a moment to say thank you, both for your much-needed educational foundation and for your dedicated work debunking scam artists and frauds.
    • Over the past two centuries, Hamilton's reputation has waxed and waned as America has glorified or debunked businessmen.