Translation of despicable in Spanish:

despicable

vil, adj.

Pronunciation: /dəˈspɪkəb(ə)l//dɪˈspɪkəb(ə)l//ˈdɛspɪkəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    vil
    despreciable
    infame
    you despicable liar! ¡vil mentiroso!
    • it's utterly despicable to treat a friend like that es una canallada tratar así a un amigo
    • The roads have been in despicable condition for years and markings do not seem to exist at all.
    • These are foolish and despicable crimes, often carried out by youngsters from the area in which the school is based.
    • The subsequent debacle of all three is farcical as well as despicable.
    • This is truly disgusting stuff - morally despicable and professionally disreputable.
    • The attacks are a despicable crime that will horrify anyone with any shred of decency or humanity.
    • All right, that's a pretty despicable thing to say and I'm restraining myself because you're a friend.
    • The way people across the district were left stranded is totally despicable.
    • This would encourage the victims to come forward and do much to bring an end to this type of despicable organised crime.
    • In other words, this is a revenge movie, which makes us the despicable, deserving victims.
    • Lies for no good reason are despicable and should be avoided at all costs.
    • It is even more despicable that there are some people who are prepared to listen.
    • This car belonged to a pensioner who has difficulty walking and, because of this despicable act, is now housebound.
    • A despicable attack of blatant hatred has failed completely to tear us apart.
    • The way the council acts is despicable and should not be allowed.
    • Of all the shabby, shameful, disgraceful, despicable political acts, this was as bad as they get.
    • I was a student, and the way they dealt with students was despicable.
    • He soon found himself involved in one of the most despicable trades of those days - slavery.
    • Police have described the crime as despicable and urged members of the public to help them catch the callous thief.
    • The manipulation of donated aid resources is a most despicable moral crime.
    • I have a confession to make: I have recently been engaged in the unwholesome and despicable act of spying.