Translation of disapproving in Spanish:


de reproche, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌdɪsəˈpruvɪŋ/ /ˌdɪsəˈpruːvɪŋ/


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    (tone/look) de reproche
    • Her lips were turned down in a disapproving frown.
    • Elizabeth met his teasing glance with a small disapproving frown.
    • She saw Darcy giving her a rather disapproving look.
    • She turned to find herself faced once again with the disapproving glance of William.
    • He could not, however, fail to discern her disapproving gaze.
    • In Japan, Tokyo's security goals are confronted by disapproving views on militarism.
    • Some men maintained protective intergenerational boundaries by distancing themselves from disapproving parents.
    • Pulling up to the posh hotel in his old black Camaro, he grunted, handing his keys to the disapproving valet.
    • I think there was a disapproving eyebrow at the time.
    • There was a disapproving cry from the men watching.
    • A severe, disapproving look flashes across the dusty figure's face.
    • Disapproving critics compared Wyeth's dry, crisp surfaces to dead leaves.
    • In fact, one of the most publicized disapproving voices has arisen from the band itself.
    • Even at his most disapproving, Neuhaus demonizes no one.
    • The inference that his disapproving father pushed him away from home is clear.
    • Darcy looked at her in a disapproving fashion.
    • Male respondents made similar statements about disapproving in-laws.
    • An email from another disapproving reader appeared to concede that the exercise regime might be useful.
    • The other paramedic, an aging man with a paunch and chronically disapproving eyes, nodded at my beer jug.
    • When confronted by their disapproving commanding officer, one of the soldiers says he doesn't know why they're even there.