Portuguese translation of 'hypocrisy'
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The necessary hypocrisy of politicians partly derives from the egregious hypocrisy of the People.The Times Literary Supplement (2009)
Religious hypocrisy is pervasive, too.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
This is a stirring, withering polemic about breathtaking hypocrisy.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Give that man the award for breathtaking hypocrisy.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
They spoke of manners and morals, political corruption and social hypocrisy, patriotism and prejudice.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
I'm just there to expose the hypocrisy of it all.The Sun (2015)
It stinks of humbug, hypocrisy and double standards.The Sun (2013)
Labour said the row exposed shabby hypocrisy.The Sun (2016)
Let's take their breathtaking hypocrisy.The Sun (2010)
So I'll let you decide whether this smells of hypocrisy and double standards.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
That terrible festering secret of yours that burdens you, the hypocrisy of your life.The Sun (2014)
The point is to expose hypocrisy or shameful behaviour.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The temptation to expose the hypocrisy will be strong for any Tory.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
This monumental hypocrisy is breathtaking.The Sun (2013)
When politicians deal in such blatant hypocrisy, is it any wonder that our ruling elite are trying to control what we print?The Sun (2014)
With breathtaking hypocrisy, the sneaky judge dished out justice to benefit cheats while falsely pocketing nearly 50,000 in benefits himself.The Sun (2006)
It first did this by providing insight into the seemingly systemic corruption and hypocrisy of the Chinese elite.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It shines a light on the regime's brutality and exposes its hypocrisy to its own people.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The Miller episode has exposed the hypocrisy at the heart of our political system.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
After four consecutive summers at the church camp, she got fed up with the hypocrisy of people coming to church mainly to show off their clothes.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: hypocrisy NOUN
If you accuse someone of hypocrisy, you mean that they pretend to have qualities, beliefs, or feelings that they do not really have.
He accused newspapers of hypocrisy in their treatment of the story.
Translation of hypocrisy from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary