English translation of निंदा करना
निंदा करनाPowered by COBUILD /ninda karana/
Definitions and Translations
/ninda karana, nindA karanA, nindaa karanaa, nindā karanā/
1. censure transitive verb, uncountable noun
If someone is censured or if they attract censure, they are criticized strongly. [formal]
⇒ He refuses to censure his son. ⇒ This policy has attracted international censure.
2. come phrasal verb
To come down on someone means to criticize them or treat them harshly.
3. condemn transitive verb
If you condemn something, you say that it is bad and unacceptable.
⇒ Mr Davies condemned the price increase.
4. denigrate transitive verb
If you denigrate someone or something, you criticize or insult them, damaging their reputation. [formal]
⇒ We must not denigrate the beliefs of others.
5. deplore transitive verb
If you deplore something, you think it is wrong or immoral. [formal]
⇒ He deplores violence.
6. disparage transitive verb
If you disparage someone or something, you speak about them in a way which shows that you do not have a good opinion of them.
⇒ Larkin tended to disparage literature.
7. knock transitive verb
If you knock something or someone, you criticize them. [informal]
8. rant intransitive verb, countable noun
If someone rants, or if they have a rant, they talk in a loud, excited, and angry way.
⇒ ...a rant against the meat industry.
9. round phrasal verb
In British English, if someone rounds on you, they criticize you fiercely. The usual American expression is turn on.
⇒ Bob rounded angrily on his friend.
10. talk phrasal verb
If someone talks something down, they reduce its value or importance by saying bad things about it.
⇒ I will not accept anybody talking down my country.
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Translation of निंदा करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary