English translation of 'desprezar'
1. (desdenhar) to despise, disdain
2. (não dar importância a) to disregard, ignore
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'desprezar' in Other Languages
British English: despise /dɪˈspaɪz/ VERB
If you despise someone or something, you hate them very much.
I despised myself for my cowardly behaviour.
- American English: despise
- Arabic: يَحْتَقِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desprezar
- Chinese: 鄙视
- Croatian: prezirati
- Czech: opovrhovat
- Danish: foragte
- Dutch: verafschuwen
- European Spanish: despreciar
- Finnish: halveksia
- French: mépriser
- German: verachten
- Greek: περιφρονώ
- Italian: disprezzare
- Japanese: 軽蔑する
- Korean: 경멸하다
- Norwegian: forakte
- Polish: wzgardzić
- European Portuguese: desprezar
- Romanian: a disprețui
- Russian: презирать
- Spanish: despreciar
- Swedish: förakta
- Thai: เหยียดหยาม
- Turkish: hor görmek
- Ukrainian: зневажати
- Vietnamese: khinh thường
British English: scorn VERB
If you scorn someone or something, you feel or show contempt for them.
Several leading officers have quite openly scorned the peace talks.
British English: snub VERB
If you snub someone, you deliberately insult them by ignoring them or by behaving or speaking rudely towards them.
He snubbed her in public and made her feel an idiot.
British English: spurn VERB
If you spurn someone or something, you reject them.
He spurned the advice of management consultants.
Translation of desprezar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary