Translation of denunciation in Spanish:


denuncia, n.

Pronunciation /dəˌnənsiˈeɪʃ(ə)n//dɪˌnʌnsɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n/


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    denuncia feminine
    a public denunciation of the impostor una denuncia pública del impostor
    • The government camp has reacted to the mounting protests with frenzied denunciations.
    • Since then, the playwright has enjoyed a certain amount of notoriety, as much for his denunciations of the theatre establishment as for his work.
    • Religious heresy denunciations do not appear often, outside of certain insular ultra-orthodox circles.
    • When is the world going to recoil in horror and issue fierce denunciations of all this too?
    • The reason these denunciations of the use of urgency carry some weight is because its misuse raises important questions of democratic oversight.
    • Half a world away, however, the discovery has provoked howls of outrage and denunciations of a woman formerly held in the highest regard.
    • So we get hysterical denunciations of measures that are not objectionable when the real cause of their anger was the objectionable way in which those measures were carried out.
    • There were sharp interventions and denunciations of the present globalisation process as the root of widespread poverty.
    • That kind of talk drew barbs and denunciations from media quarters that had applauded his efforts to end racial segregation.
    • But critics who want to portray themselves as moderate would do well to moderate their wild denunciations.
    • This defense of war crimes is combined with denunciations of those who expose or criticize them and attempts to further cow an already pliant media.
    • Responding to this personal attack, Paul's comments are a sarcastic rebuttal of the denunciations of his victims.
    • But amidst all the self-analysis and denunciations of his own weakness, how can we be sure if he is telling the truth or simply preparing his place in history?
    • I'd get these eight-page denunciations, accusing me of didacticism, as if I hadn't already thought of that.
    • Litigation, public denunciations, and even bribery proved fruitless.
    • However, in the subsequent rainstorm of denunciations posted on popular websites, there was rarely any judicious analysis.
    • These denunciations of his policies as responsible for the South's growing relative impoverishment no longer look convincing.
    • I don't know if he is an unfairly vilified man or if any of the denunciations of his morals and motives have some truth to them.
    • They issued the immediate denunciations and condemnations, even called them idiots and monsters.