Definition von scold

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Synonyme von "scold"
Synonyme von "scold"
Deutsch Definition von "scold"
Deutsch Definition von "scold"
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When she left we felt like two schoolboys scolded. Times, Sunday Times (2008)During a large musical performance she had scolded a woman saving a seat for her husband while he parked the car. Christianity Today (2000)Since infancy, his father scolded him when he didn't stand up for himself and encouraged him to fight back if he was pushed around. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

Synonyme von scold

nag, shrew, termagant, Xanthippe

Trends von scold

Manchmal verwendet. scold ist eines der 30.000 am häufigsten verwendeten Wörter im Collins Wörterbuch

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Übersetzungen für scold

Britisches Englisch: scold /skəʊld/ VERB
If you scold someone, you speak angrily to them because they have done something wrong.
`You should be at school,' he scolded.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: scold
  • Arabisch: يُعَنِّفُ
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: ralhar
  • Chinesisch: 责骂
  • Kroatisch: prekoriti
  • Tschechisch: vynadat
  • Dänisch: skælde ud
  • Niederländisch: uitvaren tegen
  • Europäisches Spanisch: regañar
  • Finnisch: moittia
  • Französisch: gronder
  • Deutsch: schelten
  • Griechisch: κατσαδιάζω
  • Italienisch: sgridare
  • Japanisch: しかる
  • Koreanisch: 꾸짖다
  • Norwegisch: kjefte (på)
  • Polnisch: złajać
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: ralhar
  • Rumänisch: a dojeni
  • Russisch: бранить
  • Spanisch: regañar
  • Schwedisch: skälla på
  • Thai: ดุว่า
  • Türkisch: azarlamak
  • Ukrainisch: картати
  • Vietnamesisch: trách mắng


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