English translation of 'crítica'
feminine nounsee also crítico
2. (artigo) critique
3. (conjunto de críticos) critics pl
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'crítica' in Other Languages
British English: criticism /ˈkrɪtɪˌsɪzəm/ NOUN
Criticism is the action of expressing disapproval of something or someone.
The criticism aimed at him has been unfair.
- American English: criticism
- Arabic: نَقْد
- Brazilian Portuguese: crítica
- Chinese: 批评
- Croatian: kritika
- Czech: kritika
- Danish: kritik
- Dutch: kritiek
- European Spanish: crítica
- Finnish: kritiikki
- French: critique
- German: Kritik
- Greek: κριτική
- Italian: critica
- Japanese: 批判
- Korean: 비평
- Norwegian: kritikk
- Polish: krytyka
- European Portuguese: crítica
- Romanian: critică
- Russian: критика
- Spanish: crítica censura
- Swedish: kritik
- Thai: การวิจารณ์
- Turkish: eleştiri davranış
- Ukrainian: критика
- Vietnamese: sự phê phán
British English: critique NOUN
A critique is a written examination and judgment of a situation or of a person's work or ideas.
She had brought a book, a feminist critique of lady novelists.
British English: flak NOUN
If you get a lot of flak from someone, they criticize you severely.
The President is getting a lot of flak for that.
British English: put-down NOUN
A put-down is something that you say or do to criticize someone or make them appear foolish.
I see the term as a put-down of women.
Translation of crítica from the Collins Portuguese to English
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