Traducción de ostracism en Español:


ostracismo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɑstrəˌsɪzəm//ˈɒstrəsɪz(ə)m/


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    ostracismo masculino
    • She adds, "Many students do not speak out for fear of ostracism or retribution."
    • Soldiers and chaplains who tried to force religion on their comrades thus often faced ostracism.
    • The teen could suffer social ostracism, and the man might risk arrest.
    • He is afraid of the social ostracism that may well occur if he tells his family.
    • Young people with guns do not arouse the suspicions of the state police or incur social ostracism.
    • She is the subject of ridicule, innuendo, and ostracism by her peers.
    • For Mike, bodybuilding was a way of dealing with hurtful childhood taunts and ostracism.
    • Today such ostracism seems incomprehensible.
    • The threat of ostracism makes silence a powerful weapon in the war over moral values.
    • Those who resist face ostracism - or far worse.
    • Typically, schools rely on some form of exclusion or ostracism to control the behavior of students.
    • Ostracism is an age-old social tactic which is employed for all kinds of reasons.
    • Punishment for breaching that limit can range from ostracism to court martial.
    • At the same time, transgression of norms (getting pregnant) elicits punishment and ostracism from family, peers, partners, and the broader community.
    • In Egypt, being black is a disadvantage which can lead to ostracism in many spheres of society.
    • Kids act out in response to ridicule or ostracism.
    • But his voice softens as he describes how ostracism has become a way of life.
    • A Jew who married a Christian faced ostracism from family and community.
    • The traditions of boycotting and general ostracism were resurrected as weapons against the police.
    • For almost a hundred years ostracism fulfilled its function of aborting serious civil unrest or even civil war.