Translation of denigration in Spanish:

denigration

denigración, n.

Pronunciation /ˌdɛnəˈɡreɪʃ(ə)n/ /dɛnɪˈɡreɪʃ(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of denigración

noun

formal
  • 1

    (besmirching)
    denigración feminine
    • Judges must be free to make decisions, even unpopular ones, without the fear of political interference or public denigration.
    • What is puzzling is why the reassertion of a traditional religion should arouse such hostility and denigration.
    • Reducing people and foreign cultures to mere symbols for denigration and dismissal is something the best of us strive to avoid.
    • Fourier wanted to elevate the status of manual labor, to rescue it from a long-standing tradition of degradation and denigration.
    • Most important in this domain was the rejection and denigration individuals experienced in daily life.
    • Sacrilege, sleaze and ethnic denigration become hysterically funny in their hands.
    • Religious denigration is a source of violence.
    • Why are economists silent in the face of such denigration?
    • McConnell is good news, but he is already being undermined by sustained denigration.
  • 2

    (belittling)
    menosprecio masculine