Sinônimos de slate
to plan or scheduleThe meeting is slated for next Thursday.
No new talks are scheduled.
I had been planning a trip to the West Coast.
She booked herself a flight home last night.
His homework is more manageable now because it is programmed into his schedule.
We met at the time appointed.
She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon.
to criticize harshly(informal British) Slated by critics at the time, the film has since become a classic.
His mother had rarely criticized him or any of her children.
They have blasted the report.
His first movie was panned by the critics.
The director slammed the claims as an outrageous lie.
I do not blame them for trying to make some money.
She was roasted by the critics.
I would not presume to censure him for his views.
They have been seriously rebuked.
If he finds out, he'll scold me.
Marion berated Joe for the noise he made.
She castigated him for having no intellectual interests.
rail against, , ,
pitch into (informal),
take to task,
flame (informal), ,
haul over the coals (informal),
tear (someone) off a strip (informal),
rap (someone's) knuckles
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in the sense of appoint
to fix or decide (a time or place for an event)We met at the time appointed.
in the sense of arrange
to plan in advanceShe arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon.
in the sense of berate
to scold harshlyMarion berated Joe for the noise he made.
slate (informal, British),
tear into (informal),
tell off (informal),
read the riot act to,
slap on the wrist,
bawl out (informal),
rap over the knuckles,
chew out (US, Canadian, informal),
tear (someone) off a strip (British, informal),
give a rocket (British, New Zealand, informal),
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