Translation of decry in Spanish:


condenar, v.

Pronunciation /dəˈkraɪ/ /dɪˈkrʌɪ/

See Spanish definition of condenar

transitive verb decries, decrying, decried

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    (condemn) condenar
    (condemn) censurar
    (disparage) menospreciar
    • Then she's at a public hearing, decrying the woman who dared to take her husband to task for sexually abusing their daughters.
    • He decried it as an attack on the international working class, and encouraged all workers to refuse to go.
    • Then they will decry human rights abuses in other countries.
    • Critics decry episodes such as this one as egregious examples of a general bias in the obesity research community.
    • Critics also decry the political consequences of challenging the sanctity of wilderness.
    • I am committed to doing my part to publicly decry a destructive repetition of history.
    • Any sort of naturalism was decried as an attack on theistic belief.
    • The bill's critics decried it as a denigration of traditional marriage.
    • In 1656 his Provincial Letters decried the abuse of casuistry by Jesuits in Paris.
    • Critics have decried this outcome, saying it would raise the government's annual deficit.
    • The group also decried the lack of critical press treatment in this country.
    • Plenty of critics have decried the flood of World War II games at one point or another.
    • If we are to decry the activities of professionals paid to protest public policy we should identify who they really are.
    • Conservative MEPs have already decried the move as a crude attempt to sway public opinion towards a yes vote.
    • Borges denounced Hitler almost from the start, decrying the arrival of Nazism as a catastrophe for German culture.
    • And far from decrying the impact of the internet, Taylor maintains it will ‘provide phenomenal growth to our industry’.
    • Not that I am decrying the ability of those chosen.
    • But when the people decrying the lack of data are the same people blocking all attempts to get it, I get mad.
    • On what basis can one justify one while decrying the other?
    • What better argument exists for decrying the acts of despots?