Definição de 'abusive'

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Your lover will find it tough getting away from her abusive husband who may react badly. The Sun (2017)The guest became extremely abusive towards the staff member and so the duty manager agreed to escort them to the room. The Sun (2016)If all such behaviour is considered abusive, there might hardly be anyone left who isn't judged guilty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I am 21 and have had low self-esteem since being in an abusive relationship. The Sun (2016)The latter was dismissed for foul and abusive language after the final whistle. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The government has also pledged to build more sheltered housing for women who are fleeing abusive relationships. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was also an abusive alcoholic and her mother was on the receiving end. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The charge alleges he failed to leave the field promptly and used abusive language to match officials. The Sun (2006)None of this is an argument for staying in unhappy or abusive relationships. Times, Sunday Times (2009)As she became abusive and an alcoholic it was a miserable childhood. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She can leave an abusive or useless husband. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Officials say it is because team members have used foul and abusive language during matches. The Sun (2008)It was the end of a mentally abusive relationship. The Sun (2014)But why does she choose to stay with him when their relationship seems positively abusive? Times, Sunday Times (2012)His father was an abusive alcoholic. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The show was pulled off air after a mother of five appeared to complain about being forced to marry an abusive husband. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Although he denied the allegation, he was abusive and extremely angry. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Violence, abusive behaviour and stealing from the family home are unacceptable. Cohen, Julian & Kay, James Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)My ex is a lazy, abusive alcoholic. The Sun (2015)She does strange things, talks to herself and has become abusive to her husband. The Sun (2014)Don't blame yourself but be glad this cruel and abusive man is now out of your life. The Sun (2013)He thought they should and he was extremely abusive, threw me against a wall in the voting lobby. Times, Sunday Times (2015)THE only way to punish and stop footballers using abusive language is for their clubs to suspend them and stop their wages. The Sun (2012)She is in an extremely abusive relationship and was recently hospitalised, but she has returned to the relationship and is ignoring all attempts at contact. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

Tendências de abusive

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Traduções de abusive

Inglês Britânico: abusive /əˈbjuːsɪv/ ADJECTIVE
Abusive language is extremely rude and insulting.
He is accused of using abusive language towards staff.
  • Inglês Americano: abusive
  • Árabe: فاحِش
  • Português Brasileiro: abusivo
  • Chinês: 侵犯性的
  • Croata: pogrdan
  • Tcheco: hrubý jazyk, chování
  • Dinamarquês: brutal
  • Holandês: grof beledigend
  • Espanhol Europeu: insultante
  • Finlandês: loukkaava
  • Francês: injurieux
  • Alemão: beleidigend
  • Grego: βάναυσος
  • Italiano: ingiurioso
  • Japonês: 人を罵倒する
  • Coreano: 욕설을 퍼붓는
  • Norueguês: støtende
  • Polonês: obelżywy
  • Português Europeu: abusivo
  • Romeno: abuziv
  • Russo: оскорбительный
  • Espanhol: insultante
  • Sueco: smädlig
  • Tailandês: ดูถูก
  • Turco: küfürlü, ağzı bozuk
  • Ucraniano: лайливий
  • Vietnamita: nhục mạ


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