English translation of 'Beleidigung'
feminine nounWord forms: Beleidigung genitive , Beleidigungen plural
eine Beleidigung für den Geschmack an insult to one’s taste
eine Beleidigung für das Auge an eyesore
etw als Beleidigung auffassen to take sth as an insult
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'Beleidigung' in Other Languages
British English: insult /ˈɪnsʌlt/ NOUN
An insult is a rude remark or action which offends someone.
They shouted insults at each other.
- American English: insult
- Arabic: إِهَانَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: insulto
- Chinese: 侮辱
- Croatian: uvreda
- Czech: urážka
- Danish: fornærmelse
- Dutch: belediging
- European Spanish: insulto
- Finnish: loukkaus
- French: insulte
- German: Beleidigung
- Greek: προσβολή
- Italian: offesa
- Japanese: 侮辱
- Korean: 모욕
- Norwegian: fornærmelse
- Polish: obraza
- European Portuguese: insulto
- Romanian: insultă
- Russian: оскорбление
- Spanish: insulto
- Swedish: förolämpning
- Thai: การดูถูก
- Turkish: hakaret
- Ukrainian: образа
- Vietnamese: sự lăng mạ
British English: affront NOUN
If something is an affront to you, it is an obvious insult to you.
It's an affront to human dignity to keep someone alive like this.
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