1.1derogatory (unnecessary)(insult/violence/remark) gratuito
- Is the film a gratuitous violence fest or maybe just a blatant metaphor for how greed corrupts?
- He will be shown gratuitous sex and graphic violence, hidden behind innuendo and called a romantic comedy.
- In other words, humour should be neither gratuitous nor excessive, but judicious.
- This adaptation will have its critics, and it'll be hard to answer their accusations of gratuitous violence.
- The gratuitous gossip included claims of domestic violence, adultery and abusive relationships.
- And no films with gratuitous violence, nudity or profanity were allowed.
- It is extremely painful to watch and yet the violence is never gratuitous.
- And indeed, it's hard to imagine a device that inflicts more gratuitous damage on the environment.
- Graphic, gratuitous sex is as commonplace as graphic, gratuitous violence and no-one bats an eyelid.
- I don't think there's an audience for gratuitous blasphemy or for gratuitous swearing - because it's boring.
- Once you've got over all the rampant misogyny and gratuitous, comic-book violence, it's an entertaining night in.
- Now, the only thing left to talk about is all of the gratuitous violence, which will certainly be a hot topic, no matter how well the film does.
- The violence gets fairly gratuitous, but again, depending on your taste, maybe that's a selling point.
- There are people who turn out for these things solely to indulge in a bit of gratuitous violence, hoping it'll spread.
- I was unimpressed by the litany of self - destruction, violence and gratuitous sexism.
- His death seemed so gratuitous, so uncalled for, that at first I couldn't figure out why it was in the film.
- Extreme violence, at times gratuitous, is a recurring motif in his early films.
- These are the people who like to censor rap lyrics and condemn gratuitous violence, and the violence here seems pretty gratuitous.
- This is gratuitous violence, sick, bone-crunching, vicious and obscene.
- The violence was gratuitous and appalling, but the film could be dismissed as essentially cartoonish.
1.2derogatory (groundless)(conclusion/supposition) infundado
- We are not aware of any cases in which the nonlawyer provider of gratuitous legal advice, such as to a friend or relative, was charged under these laws.
- These licences are essentially gratuitous, since if any charge was made for them, they would be regarded as contractual.
- Court employees should cite this Principle when pressed by those seeking gratuitous legal advice.
- It was a voluntary and gratuitous offer by the chambers to provide education and training.
- They were gratuitous volunteers, not bona fide purchasers for value without notice.