vituperio
masculine noun
1. (harsh criticism) 
El político está acostumbrado a oír los vituperios de los revolucionarios.The politician is used to hearing condemnation from the revolutionaries.
b. vituperation (formal) 
El vituperio del discurso del candidato escandalizó incluso a sus simpatizantes.The vituperation of the candidate's speech shocked even his own supporters.
c. criticism 
La oposición lanzaba vituperios contra el gobierno.The opposition hurled criticism at the government.
d. censure 
El alcalde fue objeto de vituperios incluso por algunos miembros de su propio partido.The mayor was the object of censure, even from some members of his own party.
2. (discredit) 
a. shame 
La aparición de un hijo bastardo supuso un vituperio para la prestigiosa familia.The appearance of an illegitimate son brought shame on the prestigious family.
b. disgrace 
El monarca intenta evitar la humillación y el vituperio público.The monarch is trying to avoid humiliation and public disgrace.
vituperio
Noun
1. (general) 
a. harsh criticism, condemnation 
vituperio
1 (condena) condemnation; censure; vituperation (formal)
2 (deshonra) shame; disgrace
3 vituperios (insultos) abuse
singular
; (s)
insults
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