Translation of hypocrisy in Spanish:


hipocresía, n.

Pronunciation /həˈpɑkrəsi/ /hɪˈpɒkrɪsi/

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nounplural hypocrisies

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    hipocresía feminine
    • The way society views the whole drug scene is riddled with hypocrisy and double standards.
    • However, as with the infant formula companies, the industry stands accused of hypocrisy.
    • There is an important point to be made about so-called sexual hypocrisy in government.
    • The slaughter of men, women and children has been concealed by military and religious hypocrisy.
    • This book also does a tremendous job of exposing the corruption and hypocrisy of big business.
    • There has certainly been too much misguided media management, some hypocrisy and even sleaze.
    • Something must be done about this, if we are not to continue in our habitual posture of concerned hypocrisy.
    • There's almost as much hypocrisy in the present government as there is in the church.
    • Here is a fine example of journalistic hypocrisy, and you can never know that this is a sin I am guilty of.
    • The common factor among the marchers was a rejection of cant, lies and hypocrisy.
    • As for the authorities, surely there's a level of hypocrisy or humbug at the least.
    • So, on top of everything else, there seems to be a case of political hypocrisy here.
    • They will be exposed for things called hypocrisy and cant, and they will not get away with it.
    • Dislike of the clergy, accused of hypocrisy and worse, was of ancient origins.
    • I myself have had problems with American politics and hypocrisy since I was a small child.
    • At the same time, the artist alludes to the real world, having it out with hypocrisy and duplicity.
    • There's a lot of hypocrisy from the government about crime and what is happening in the inner cities.
    • The words we hear from our leaders are a daily diet of lies, spin and hypocrisy.
    • Chao's hostility to politicians stems from what he considers their intrinsic hypocrisy.
    • The fact that she is an impostor makes an incredibly ironic point about hypocrisy.