Translation of recriminatory in Spanish:


recriminatorio, adj.

Pronunciation /rɪˈkrɪmɪnət(ə)ri//rəˈkrɪmənəˌtɔri/


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    • When someone gets around to writing the definitive history of the destruction of the environment they'll need to reserve some recriminatory paragraphs for a certain terraced house in Dartmouth Park, north London.
    • Campbell, who narrates the film in a sad, recriminatory mumble, somehow manages to make the character affecting.
    • Due to fear of a recriminatory reception in Senegal, her editors advised her to adopt a pseudonym.
    • Later he usually makes some recriminatory remark against those that kept their seats.
    • Reinforcing these pressures were the recriminatory voices of returning servicemen.
    • The elegant speech has preserved decorum, kept what is evidently a precarious civilized façade in place, and sent the guests to bed in elegiac rather than recriminatory mood.
    • Yet the consequences of her drinking - recriminatory hangovers, neglect of what other people perceive to be her responsibilities, unemployment, petty theft, disease - intervene between Hannah and happiness.
    • The outcome, too, is left tantalisingly open: no reconciliations, partner-swappings or recriminatory tantrums.
    • Here, we are prime targets for recriminatory action.
    • On some occasions, the vocabulary that she employs in her response to Derrida is recriminatory.