English translation of '谴责'
'谴责' in Other Languages
British English: condemn /kənˈdɛm/ VERB
If you condemn something, you say that it is bad and unacceptable.
He condemned the price increase.
- American English: condemn
- Arabic: يُدينُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: condenar
- Chinese: 谴责
- Croatian: osuditi
- Czech: odsoudit
- Danish: fordømme
- Dutch: veroordelen
- European Spanish: condenar
- Finnish: tuomita paheksua
- French: condamner
- German: verurteilen
- Greek: καταδικάζω
- Italian: condannare
- Japanese: 非難する
- Korean: 비난하다
- Norwegian: dømme
- Polish: potępić
- European Portuguese: condenar
- Romanian: a blama
- Russian: осуждать
- Spanish: condenar
- Swedish: fördöma
- Thai: ประณาม
- Turkish: kınamak
- Ukrainian: засуджувати
- Vietnamese: chỉ trích
British English: castigate VERB
If you castigate someone or something, you speak to them angrily or criticize them severely.
The book castigated the Government for squandering billions on consultancies.
British English: censure VERB
If you censure someone for something that they have done, you tell them that you strongly disapprove of it.
The ethics committee may take a decision to censure him.
British English: condemnation NOUN
Condemnation is the act of saying that something or someone is very bad and unacceptable.
The violence received widespread condemnation from politicians and senior police officers.
British English: damn VERB
If you say that a person or a news report damns something such as a policy or action, you mean that they are very critical of it.
...a sensational book in which she damns the ultra-right party.
British English: denounce VERB
If you denounce a person or an action, you criticize them severely and publicly because you feel strongly that they are wrong or evil.
The letter called for civil rights, but did not openly denounce the regime.
British English: denunciation NOUN
Denunciation of someone or something is severe public criticism of them.
He wrote a stinging denunciation of his critics.
British English: deplore VERB
If you say that you deplore something, you think it is very wrong or immoral.
He's a judo black belt but he says he deplores violence.
British English: rebuke VERB
If you rebuke someone, you speak severely to them because they have said or done something that you do not approve of.
His boss had to publicly rebuke him.
Translation of 谴责 from the Collins Chinese to English Dictionary