Translation of condemnation in Spanish:

condemnation

condena, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkɒndəmˈneɪʃn//ˌkɑndəmˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (censure)
    condena feminine
    repulsa feminine
    these actions deserve worldwide condemnation estas acciones merecen la condena internacional
    • Not a word of condemnation, criticism or even impartial reminder of her responsibility.
    • For example, he would have been aware of the condemnation by the Northern General Baptist Convention in 1920 of liberal tendencies among Baptists.
    • He struck a more populist note in his outspoken condemnation of the French resumption of nuclear testing at Mururoa in 1995.
    • They are owed our admiration, certainly not condemnation.
    • We only listen, even if there is some bitterness and judgment and condemnation in your speech.
    • Without exception, those who concoct these systems exempt themselves from condemnation.
    • But his defence did little to defuse the anger of critics, and the blogosphere was filled with condemnation for the paper.
    • Most telling about the agenda of Human Rights Watch is the joint NGO statement of condemnation regarding the Beslan terrorist massacre.
    • The disclosures last night provoked renewed condemnation of Britain's multibillion-pound arms industry for selling to both sides in the escalating Kashmir crisis.
    • The ambivalence stems from Wittgenstein's admiration of Freud combined with his staunch condemnation of psychoanalytic theory.
    • We can have anger without hate, discernment without judgment and condemnation and expression without suppression.
    • There is much about rehearsals, interpretations, recommendations or condemnations of performers.
    • The article is accompanied by condemnation from Nationalist politicians.
    • Livnat has also awarded the Israel Prize to a scientist who spoke out sharply in condemnation of homosexuals.
    • There was also condemnation in the Middle East of the kidnapping.
    • Yet the response to its plan to shut facilities at the Barbican Centre or Yearsley has prompted a tidal wave of condemnation.
    • Despite his attempts to calm spirits, Dieudonné met with widespread condemnation.
    • The hearings drew thousands of citizens and close to universal condemnation of the rule changes.
    • We ask you to add your voice to the growing chorus of condemnation of Australia's refugee program.
    • A glimmer of either joyful revelry, criticism, or downright condemnation.
  • 2

    (sentencing)
    condena
    condemnation to sth condena a algo feminine
    • The condemnation was accompanied by the ritual call for a ceasefire and for so-called UN peacekeeping forces to be sent to occupy the region.
    • Condemnation of the serial killer has been matched by criticism of the ineffective work of the local police and school headmasters.
    • As a result, they repeatedly solicited papal bulls condemning Jansenist works, and persecuted priests who refused formally to accept the condemnations.
    • All the time he was under condemnation at Newgate he seemed only to meditate on making his escape.
  • 3

    (of property) declaración de ruinoso feminine
    (of meat, food product) declaración de no apto para el consumo feminine
  • 4

    (in US: of land)
    (por causa de utilidad pública) expropiación feminine