Traducción de egregious en español:

egregious

mayúsculo, adj.

Pronunciación: /ɪˈɡriːdʒəs//əˈɡridʒəs/

adjetivo

formal

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    mayúsculo
    atroz
    • The misuse of the grand jury by prosecutors is among the most egregious abuses of all.
    • It is in the cover-up that we usually see the most egregious abuse of a leader's power.
    • They are so unprofessional - if a newspaper or a broadcast programme made such an egregious slur they'd print a correction or broadcast an apology.
    • Journalists are running back and forth across town to find the most egregious technical errors and blatant fraud.
    • If you do something outrageous or egregious enough, you can become rich and famous.
    • Music companies are more egregious in their abuse of consumers than the movie companies.
    • No, the egregious violation was going past the sacred 51 day deadline for replacing a name on the ballot.
    • Opposition to the extremist activities of the university unions grew stronger as their abuses became more egregious.
    • But there's often more egregious abuse among the tiny nonprofits that operate below the radar.
    • The public has a compelling right to know about egregious examples of nepotism and favoritism like this by public officials.
    • That is an egregious violation of the responsibility a scholar has.
    • Keep in mind that I found these egregious examples of bias in a single issue of a single newspaper, randomly chosen.
    • Why do you think the specialized business press continues to make what you consider such an egregious and howling error?
    • That's the kind of service recovery you'd expect from a decent company, especially after being publicly outed for egregious customer abuse.
    • The desire for vengeance is very strong, simply because the abuses were so egregious.
    • People have said to him since then that the loss of the title might not be such a bad thing, that such an egregious collapse might well help focus the mind and restore desire in the long run.
    • I've never seen such an egregious act of political opportunism or shameless trafficking in human misery.
    • Obviously, when journalists betray their code of ethics by making up stories, or egregious misconduct, they must be punished.
    • But I find it hard to deny that egregious self-importance in individuals is one of the defining characteristics of our society.
    • I don't think you need a defector to tell you how foul he was and how egregious were his human rights abuses…