Translation of denialist in Spanish:


negacionista, adj.

Pronunciation /dəˈnaɪələst//dɪˈnʌɪ(ə)lɪst/


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    (agenda/argument) negacionista


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    negacionista feminine
    • While the greenhouse denialists reject such scenarios outright, more hard-headed ruling-class planners take them more seriously.
    • It is probably true that The Day After Tomorrow's special effects-driven excesses have given the greenhouse denialists a propaganda free kick.
    • They are the problem, and they need to acknowledge that fact and start cleaning up their own mess rather than spouting denialist rhetoric.
    • Since the denialists are denying, drastic measures are required.
    • The denialist side was actively subverting the peer review process.
    • He came under the influence of a group of maverick scientists known as Aids denialists.
    • The HIV denialists do not all belong in one category.
    • But denialists have never been interested in understanding the science, after all, if they understood it, they could not be in denial anymore.
    • Those who did speak up were "bludgeoned quite strongly" and labelled denialists.
    • Until recently, AIDS researchers and activists in the United States tended to regard the denialists with derision, assuming they would fade away.
    • He hints darkly that, though some 'denialists' are 'not evil', others 'cross the line between what could arguably be protected free speech'.
    • And just, by the by, you are about the third or fourth left-winger I have seen on the net saying that the dissidents "are more properly termed denialists".
    • So far the pattern is for the emails to look a lot less suspicious once they're put into context, and for the denialists to oversell what they've found.
    • We need to recognise that the denialist movement is a true grass-roots phenomenon, though this does not make it any less reactionary.
    • To the skeptics' discomfort, their arguments are frequently quoted by the denialists.
    • The denialist position within the government has put the fear of God into the medical establishment, who will do nothing to counter it.
    • But many in the medical establishment say the sacking of her deputy is evidence that he remains an "Aids denialist" who questions the link between HIV and the disease.
    • Then there's the well-funded greenhouse denialist think-tanks on the lookout for any evidence, argument or anecdote that might raise public doubts - legitimate or otherwise - about the growing strength of the scientific consensus.
    • Thank you for Talbot's excellent series of articles debunking the myths propagated by the AIDS denialists.