English → English - derogatory

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adj. belittling, disparaging, scornful

English → Spanish - derogatory

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adj. derogatorio, anulativo; despectivo, menospreciativo, peyorativo, vilipendioso

English → French - derogatory

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adj. dérogatoire, abaissant, humiliant, outrageux

English → German - derogatory

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adj. abschätzig, abfällig, erniedrigend

English → Indonesian - derogatory

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a. menghina: yg menghina, merugikan orang lain: bersifat merugikan orang lain

English → Italian - derogatory

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agg. (Dir) derogatorio; sprezzante, umiliante

English → Polish - derogatory

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a. uwłaczający, poniżający, uchybiający

English → Portuguese - derogatory

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adj. derrogatório; depreciativo

English → Romanian - derogatory

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a. defavorabil, peiorativ, păgubitor

English → Russian - derogatory

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прил. умаляющий, нарушающий, унизительный

English → Turkish - derogatory

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s. küçültücü, alçaltıcı; uygunsuz, zararlı

English → Ukrainian - derogatory

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a. применшувати: що применшує, зневажливий, принизливий

English → Dutch - derogatory

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bn. geringschattend, minachtend

English → Greek - derogatory

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επίθ. υβριστικός, μειωτικός, υποτιμητικός, εξευτελιστικός

English → Arabic - derogatory

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‏إزدرائى، منتقص، حط من قدره‏

English → Chinese - derogatory

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(形) 贬损的

English → Chinese - derogatory

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(形) 貶損的

English → Hindi - derogatory

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a. अपमान करनेवाला, अपमानजनक, लज्जाजनक, मानहर

English → Japanese - derogatory

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(形) 軽蔑的な; 傷つけるような

English → Korean - derogatory

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형. 손상하는, 품위를 떨어뜨리는, 경멸적인

English → Vietnamese - derogatory

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a. làm mất phẫm cách, mất địa vị, phạm đến quyền lợi, làm giãm giá trị

Definition of derogatory

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Adjective
1. Tending to derogate, or lessen in value of someone; expressing derogation; detracting; injurious.
2. When referring to a clause in a testament: a sentence of secret character inserted by the testator alone, of which he reserves the knowledge to himself, with a condition that no will he may make thereafter shall be valid, unless this clause is inserted word for word; – a precaution to guard against later wills extorted by violence, or obtained by suggestion.
Noun
3. A trade-line on a credit report that includes negative credit history.
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