English translation of 'caluniar'
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'caluniar' in Other Languages
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: slander VERB
To slander someone means to say untrue things about them in order to damage their reputation.
He has been questioned on suspicion of slandering the Prime Minister.
Translation of caluniar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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