Translation of mudslinging in Spanish:


vilipendio, n.

Pronunciation ///ˈmədˌslɪŋɪŋ/



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    vilipendio masculine
    insultos masculine
    before noun the debate degenerated into a mudslinging match el debate se convirtió en un intercambio de insultos
    • However, if the passions generated by an election that has been characterized by mud-slinging and the manipulation of ethnic tensions continue to ferment, the price will be costly, irrespective of who wins the election.
    • On the platform were representatives of the UK Independence Party, Conservatives, Lib-Dems, Labour and the Greens, and the usual mud-slinging followed.
    • The differences between the two parties, he said, were not of a fundamental character, despite the partisan conflicts and mud-slinging of the campaign.
    • Amid the anarchy and mud-slinging of the recent ABC budget cuts, a stealth-like blow has been dealt to this nation's aspiring young journalists.
    • Um… keep it up with the shrill mud-slinging, boys and girls… you'll never win another election, ever.
    • McConnell could be forced into some further mud-slinging before this argument is over.
    • Tukmanov said senior government officials should help build the game from grass-roots level rather than take sides in political mud-slinging.
    • But we want this debate to be, you know, above the level of mud-slinging, accusing people of being dishonest.
    • It's a cool story - theft, corruption, conspiracy theories, mud-slinging and back-stabbing.
    • There was nothing but mud-slinging, exaggerations, outright lies and immature namecalling.
    • It used to be that we had to wait until an election year for negative campaigning, rumor-mongering, mud-slinging, and win-at-all-cost consultants.
    • It makes me angry that the leader of the opposition, behind his endless accusations and mud-slinging at the PM, seems to be a very lazy and unimaginative individual.
    • This scathing assessment of the ruling meant that critics would have to find solid arguments to attack his work, rather than rely on mud-slinging, Mr Lomborg said.
    • I found it rather crude mud-slinging instead of responsible journalism.
    • The mud-slinging is over and the real debate can begin.
    • But Nicol Stephen, the Scottish transport minister, is said to be tiring of this regular mud-slinging and is working behind the scenes to broker a solution that will benefit all concerned.
    • Doer said he trusts the people of North Dakota and Manitoba won't get caught up in the political rhetoric and mud-slinging that have characterized the Devils Lake dispute.
    • He could so easily have fought this case and got involved in mud-slinging and used evidence against his victim perhaps in securing an acquittal.
    • Coherent discussion is all very well, but plain nasty mud-slinging usually wins the war - as she demonstrates in her last message of this verbal battle.
    • The Polish deal was marked by mud-slinging, with accusation and counter-accusation from both sides, although none has yet stuck.