Translation of mendacity in Spanish:


mendacidad, n.

Pronunciation /mɛnˈdæsədi/ /mɛnˈdasəti/

Definition of mendacidad in Spanish


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    (of person) mendacidad feminine literary
    (of report) falsedad feminine
    • Deceit, avarice and mendacity seem to be the main qualities displayed by successive governments and that leads to unsafe times for us little folks.
    • Three hours is an awful long time in the cinema just to have that condescending truism lowered on us - in any case distorted and exaggerated to the point of mendacity.
    • This is a statement shot through with mendacity.
    • Hopefully, he will never know that there had been two delivery charges paid (for there were two deliveries, after all) plus a tenner to the driver for his mendacity.
    • It's a long turgid document of breathtaking mendacity.
    • We demand that the media present the facts in an even-handed manner, investigate indications of corruption and mendacity, and spare us the trivia.
    • As the city gasps for fiscal air, it's only fair to be clear that the city's budget difficulties are a result of provincial mendacity and not local mismanagement.
    • When will they be held accountable for their mendacity?
    • It may be that some people you encounter are so deeply ingrained with malice, avarice, mendacity and all the perversity our heritage can inflict on us that they are beyond redemption.
    • His history of mendacity is so intense and so long lasting that he wouldn't understand the truth if he fell over it.
    • Companies which allocate blank cheques to management teams with a proven record of failure and mendacity, get what they deserve.
    • There are examples of his mendacity - or his faculty for memory-loss and myth-making - that will affect people's lives.
    • I have never understood this: I understand the ethical concerns surrounding infidelity, since mendacity is involved.
    • What's more, the obvious mendacity of the statement renders the argument faulty and therefore a clear case of sophistry.
    • However, his aversion to marriage, his offbeat attitude to parenthood and his serial mendacity may be rooted rather closer to home in his own life.
    • It did not matter to this grand pooh-bah of the punditocracy that the ads were pure mendacity from start to finish.
    • Face it, he is almost pathological in either his mendacity or in his self-deception.
    • His speculations in this regard, while intriguing, are teased from the silent ether and rely heavily on the fact of her general mendacity.
    • He cleans it up for TV or interviews, but his show is is truly a sickening display of raging mendacity.
    • If Ann is guilty of objective mendacity in print, I should very much like to see it pointed out.