Translation of humiliating in Spanish:

humiliating

humillante, adj.

Pronunciation /hjʊˈmɪlɪeɪtɪŋ//(h)juˈmɪliˌeɪdɪŋ/

adjective

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    humillante
    • I personally think the practice is insulting and humiliating, especially in a business setting.
    • He wants to break our will so that we will accept his humiliating conditions.
    • But for me it is humiliating to surrender to this pessimism.
    • It would have been humiliating to say that to an educated individual.
    • I knew I blacked out a lot and I did humiliating things.
    • My wife had to wash me like a child, which felt degrading and humiliating.
    • The Opium War, also called the Anglo-Chinese War, was the most humiliating defeat China ever suffered.
    • Soon they were joined by many soldiers who judged the agreement humiliating.
    • And when the only fate awaiting them is torture, death becomes the other less humiliating option.
    • That first Chechen war ended in humiliating defeat for the Russian forces in 1996.
    • He was trapped, there was no way the commitments could be reduced without humiliating admissions of defeat.
    • It was a swift response to a disappointing, perhaps humiliating, day for the brothers.
    • Sexual harassment is quite common in schools and can be humiliating and frightening.
    • Later she overheard her supervisor bragging about this humiliating order to others.
    • Nye described her experience that day as humiliating.
    • The grocery shopping was the most humiliating part of the trip.
    • He could only wait for the humiliating laughter to die away.
    • After a humiliating job interview and a nearly lethal trip to the welfare office, Dude goes to see his Uncle Dave.
    • Time for a huge pot of coffee, loads of toast; time for another humiliating picture from my radio days.
    • All this is represented by his humiliating situation of wearing a dress.