Traducción de disinformation en español:


desinformación, n.

Pronunciación /ˌdɪsənfərˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/ /ˌdɪsɪnfəˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/

Ver definición en español de desinformación


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    desinformación femenino
    • It is their sneaky methods, of propaganda, disinformation and manipulation of intelligence.
    • I navigate my way through the morass of information and disinformation.
    • Language, the use of words, and how information and disinformation is handled, can be crucial to the twists and turns of history.
    • What kind of people would use a grieving First Lady to unwittingly spread disinformation and to raise false hopes?
    • How could the press or the citizenry distinguish between information and disinformation?
    • Get ready for a deluge of information and disinformation on this one.
    • Except what I felt so much about is the malicious and continuous disinformation given by media to the people.
    • This would mean dropping in a new nugget of information - or disinformation.
    • Now that the curtain has fallen, information as well as disinformation travels in both directions.
    • During a war both sides hide their correct information and spread disinformation.
    • They argued that the KGB would not have missed such an opportunity to feed the West disinformation.
    • Soviet spokesmen kept up a steady stream of denials and disinformation in September.
    • And all kinds of information that has really been disinformation about it has really proven false.
    • They acted as willing collaborators in a concerted campaign of disinformation designed to justify a criminal war of aggression.
    • The Germans totally believed our disinformation campaign prior to the Normandy invasion.
    • Employers' group Ibec has insisted that a campaign of disinformation is under way.
    • The misinformation and disinformation that is circulated makes it impossible for any fair-minded commentator to take sides in the issue.
    • It is full of misinformation, disinformation, noninformation, and just plain lies.
    • How can we tell whether and when we are on the receiving end of hype and spin, of misinformation and disinformation?
    • What we do not need is the selective, or careless, transmission of misinformation or disinformation.