Translation of disrepute in Spanish:

disrepute

Pronunciation /ˌdɪsrɪˈpjuːt//ˌdɪsrəˈpjut/

noun

formal

  • 1

    to fall into disrepute caer en descrédito
    • to bring sth into disrepute desacreditar algo
    • he brought the family name into disrepute deshonró / desacreditó el nombre de la familia
    • It has brought the game, in footballing parlance, into disrepute.
    • He said the solicitors' code of conduct indicated that they should behave with dignity and not bring the profession into disrepute.
    • It's widely despised and held in disrepute by a large segment of the Saudi population.
    • When a system is brought into disrepute, doubt is cast on all.
    • Having been told that she was a scarlet woman who had brought the name of the House of Windsor into disrepute, Margaret decided to behave like one.
    • Without public support, the new laws will quickly fall into disrepute.
    • Livingstone still faces a charge of bringing his office into disrepute.
    • It just takes one incident like this to bring the whole force into disrepute, especially when police fine other drivers who do that.
    • A councillor has been found guilty of bringing Bolton Council into disrepute by making a racist remark.
    • So is it any wonder that our system of so-called justice, like our politics, is falling into disrepute?
    • We don't know yet whether he is guilty, but he has brought double-barrelled names into disrepute.
    • This must of necessity bring her office and the judiciary into disrepute.
    • Ministers used to be appointed to their parishes for life unless they committed a grave sin which brought their office into disrepute.
    • The myth that the good partisans founded a new, decent Italy all on their own, has been in disrepute for a long time now.
    • I think that's all part of player and supporter interaction and acceptable as long as the game is not brought into disrepute.
    • Incentives have a role, but when it is possible for even a few individuals to avoid any obligation to the state, they fall into disrepute.
    • This indicates a desire to preserve the old mechanisms of the international order, even as these have been cast into disrepute.
    • Now its politicians are being brought into disrepute by incompetence, arrogance and ambition.
    • This type of attack brings politics into disrepute and goes some way to accounting for the lack of interest in local elections.
    • It will surely cause violence and bring our province into disrepute at a national and international level.