English translation of 'disapprovare'
to disapprove (of sth)disapprovano il mio comportamento
they disapprove of my behaviour
'disapprovare' in Other Languages
British English: frown /fraʊn/ VERB
When someone frowns, their eyebrows become drawn together, because they are annoyed, worried, or puzzled, or because they are concentrating.
She shook her head, frowning.
- American English: frown
- Arabic: يَعْبِسُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: franzir as sobrancelhas
- Chinese: 皱眉
- Croatian: mrštiti se
- Czech: mračit se
- Danish: rynke panden
- Dutch: fronsen
- European Spanish: fruncir el ceño
- Finnish: rypistää otsaansa
- French: froncer les sourcils
- German: die Stirn runzeln
- Greek: κατσουφιάζω
- Italian: disapprovare
- Japanese: まゆをひそめる
- Korean: 눈살을 찌푸리다
- Norwegian: rynke pannen
- Polish: zmarszczyć brwi
- European Portuguese: franzir o sobrolho
- Romanian: a se încrunta
- Russian: хмурить брови
- Spanish: fruncir el ceño
- Swedish: ogilla
- Thai: ทำหน้าบึ้ง
- Turkish: kaşlarını çatmak
- Ukrainian: супитися
- Vietnamese: nhíu mày
British English: disapprove VERB
If you disapprove of something or someone, you feel or show that you do not like them or do not approve of them.
Most people disapprove of such violent tactics.
Translation of disapprovare from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary