English translation of '诽谤'
'诽谤' in Other Languages
British English: libel NOUN
Libel is a written statement which wrongly accuses someone of something, and which is therefore against the law.
The company sued him for libel over the remarks.
British English: libel VERB
To libel someone means to write or print something in a book, newspaper, or magazine which wrongly damages that person's reputation and is therefore against the law.
The newspaper which libelled him had already offered compensation.
British English: malign VERB
If you malign someone, you say unpleasant and untrue things about them.
We maligned him dreadfully when you come to think of it.
British English: slur NOUN
A slur is an insulting remark which could damage someone's reputation.
This is yet another slur on the integrity of the police.
Translation of 诽谤 from the Collins Chinese to English
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