Translation of indignity in Spanish:


humillación, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈdɪɡnədi/ /ɪnˈdɪɡnɪti/

nounplural indignities

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    humillación feminine
    indignidad feminine
    (inflicted by others) humillación feminine
    (inflicted by others) vejación feminine
    • The final indignity was to lose a home bonus point in the dying minutes as the descending darkness became both literal and metaphoric.
    • He then suffered the ultimate indignity, in losing - not to a Croatian qualifier - but a Brit.
    • To add extra indignity to his humiliation he is suffering from a bout of hiccups that threatens to enter the Guinness Book of Records.
    • Foreign rule, with all of its humiliation and indignity, is still a living memory.
    • Millions were still suffering discrimination, stigma and indignity worldwide.
    • Organised competitive sport is agony for many children: it can lead to humiliation and indignity.
    • The main entrance door is defaced with graffiti, which should shock the parents of youngsters guilty of this profound indignity.
    • That means additional bureaucracies, therefore additional cost and also additional indignity to the older person.
    • I bought books I did not want to save them from this indignity.
    • Each year 40,000 elderly people are forced to suffer this indignity.
    • Nowhere does she explain in a meaningful way that it is also a reaction to poverty, imperialism, and indignity.
    • And are we clear that we will not add to the burdens of another through punishment and indignity?
    • You have tons of information, but not one sense of feeling… not one sense of one's own sense of indignity.
    • Would you not agree that no person should be made to suffer this indignity?
    • The indignity of youth is compounded hugely by being in the sticks.
    • The indignity of that day stayed with us the entire year, increasing our determination.
    • I guess if he did have to suffer that indignity, Amnesty International would be up in arms.
    • A man given to indignity is capable of committing any crime, however heinous it may be.
    • He's still steaming with indignity at the whole thing, and of course, he's quite right to be upset.
    • We have already committed the ultimate indignity on them - we have taken their lives.