ES deshonrar
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[deshonrando|deshonrado] {verb}

1. general

deshonrar (also: avergonzar)
deshonrar (also: manchar, desacreditar, mancillar)
deshonrar
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to disgrace [disgraced|disgraced] {v.t.} (bring shame on)
Señora Presidenta, tal como se preveía, este Parlamento se ha deshonrado una vez más.
Madam President, as expected, this Parliament has once again brought disgrace on itself.
El General de Gaulle no deshonró a Francia cuando decidió acabar con la Guerra de Algeria.
General de Gaulle did not disgrace France when he ended the Algerian War.
El Parlamento se deshonra con tales procedimientos y se pone a la altura de un Soviet Supremo.
This House brings disgrace on itself with such actions and lowers itself to the level of a Supreme Soviet.
deshonrar
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to slander {v.t.} (name)
deshonrar (also: mancillar)
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to taint [tainted|tainted] {v.t.} (dishonor)

2. poetic

deshonrar (also: corromper, dañar, mancillar, envilecer)
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to defile [defiled|defiled] {v.t.} [poet.] (taint)

Context sentences for "deshonrar" in English

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SpanishLa intimidación de las mujeres ha sido empleada como medio para deshonrar y deshumanizar a comunidades enteras.
The intimidation of women has been used as a means of dishonouring and dehumanising entire communities.