Traducción de reprobate en Español:

reprobate

réprobo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈrɛprəˌbeɪt//ˈrɛprəbeɪt/

nombre

formal

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    réprobo masculino literario
    réproba femenino literario
    depravado masculino
    depravada femenino
    • When the reprobates returned to beg forgiveness, Cecily pointedly asked Algernon why he had pretended to be Ernest.
    • Although not exactly a premier stopping point, it does serve as a dumping ground for the reprobates of the universe.
    • If the pub had not been the favoured haunt of the living dead, a pasty faced bunch of assorted reprobates and alcoholics, he would have quite liked it.
    • Nevertheless suspicion bred credulity, and society's reprobates could not be presumed unavailable for the purposes of prison plotters.
    • After all, as a conservative of fairly recent vintage, I've seen how easy it is for liberals, assisted by a compliant press, to cast ideological foes as moral reprobates and thus avoid engaging their ideas.
    • They might be pirates, they might be reprobates, they might have picked the pockets of poor bluesmen and ignorant English kids, but at least they were dedicated to music.
    • The woman is not only dominated, but reprobate, not only impotent, but cursed.
    • Such observations are, of course, true and we economists often deserve such a back-of-the-hand treatment, even by sinners and reprobates from other social science disciplines.
    • Things actually have gotten better, and not just because we are no longer pictured exclusively as wretched suicides and guilt-ridden reprobates.
    • They're all hypocrites, liars and reprobates.
    • From politicians to con artists, rapists to flesh peddling pornographers, we all have a certain visual reference point for the redolent and the reprobate.
    • I began to stare at him as if he were a reprobate, but I couldn't believe it.
    • I would tell you to bring her along, but the reprobates aren't fond of kids.
    • The church court, in other words, did not search for and destroy sexual reprobates, rather it relied on the active participation of the community.
    • By the end of the film, both the Union troops and the scroungy squad of reprobates Dundee has mustered look toward Tyreen for leadership.
    • This place started promisingly, but now they let too many reprobates in.
    • The lawless reprobate was condoned by the vices of the lawgivers: condoned, that is, for misdeeds short of murder.
    • Later, when he's brought to her attention for poaching game birds on her property, she devises a very unique punishment for the old reprobate.
    • He spent his teenage years in Lafayette, Indiana, an angsty reprobate and hardened juvenile delinquent.
    • At odds with the establishment, he was painted as a reprobate - he did marry 27 nightclub dancers - but Ray sees him as a hero.

adjetivo

formal

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    disoluto formal
    depravado
    • In each case, while Joe seems to be the catalyst, we soon see that it is the internal flaws that each individual carries that result in their reprobate behavior.
    • This is stolen from his cottage by the squire's reprobate son Dunstan Cass, who disappears.
    • There is a further hint that bustle and business are the properties of the older, reprobate drama.
    • Freudo, on the other hand, is determined to be a more serious, sensual escape behind the seemingly sanguine outer layer of society and into its reprobate nether regions.
    • Sometimes, misguided by a thread or finger, a digital doll finds itself wandering over to the dark side of show business and falling under the spell of the reprobate members of the manipulated.
    • So it's only natural that when they hit too close to home, when they hold a mirror up to the panting demographic and showcase people's reprobate and mercenary nature, the target should retaliate.
    • He almost becomes one of the family, cheerfully going out gambling with her dopey, reprobate nephew.
    • The first half of the film consists of SS officers observing potential recruits in all manner of borderline reprobate acts.
    • There's the drunken reprobate attorney and confidant, Harry Rex.