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Sens de "criticism" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 10 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
criticism crítica [f]
General
criticism censura [f]
criticism reparo [m]
criticism criticismo [m]
criticism tilde [f]
criticism pelancina [f] HN
criticism rajada [f] GT HN BO UY
criticism juicio crítico [m]
Business
criticism crítica [f]
Aeronautics
criticism comentario [m]

Sens de "criticism" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 105 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
self-criticism autocrítica [f]
counter-criticism anticrítica [f]
open to criticism criticable [adj]
with criticism críticamente [adv]
mutual criticism recriminación [f]
art criticism crítica de arte [f]
archetypal criticism crítica arquetípica [f]
bitter criticism crítica amarga [f]
severe criticism atragantada [f] GT
severe criticism hartada [f] HN CR
harsh criticism hartada [f] HN CR
harsh criticism atragantada [f] GT
woman whose demeanor is such that criticism does not affect them (person) cueruda [f] BO derog.
face-to-face criticism cantada [f] HN
criticism meant to discredit someone comida [f] CR
ruthless criticism made to discredit someone hartada [f] HN CR
art criticism crítica del arte [f]
art criticism crítica de arte [f]
censure or severe criticism that is made of a person and their actions jíbriga [f] DO
biting criticism machetera [f] PA
scathing criticism machetera [f] PA
severe criticism pellejina [f] HN
political criticism play tanda [f] MX
social criticism play tanda [f] MX
suppress criticism hacer callar [v]
be loud in one's criticism of ser enérgico en la crítica de [v]
receive harsh criticism recibir duras críticas [v]
bring criticism traer críticas [v]
be subject to criticism and malicious gossip andar en bandera [v] HN
draw heavy criticism suscitar muchas críticas [v]
be open to criticism estar abierto a las críticas [v]
do a self-criticism hacerse una autocrítica [v]
be singled out for criticism ser el foco de las críticas [v]
of such a demeanor that criticism does not affect them cuerudo [adj] GT SV NI BO derog.
barrage of criticism varapalo [m]
severe criticism atracón [m] NI PA DO PR
harsh criticism atracón [m] NI PA DO PR
widespread criticism of someone apanado [m] PE
man whose demeanor is such that criticism does not affect them (person) cuerudo [m] BO derog.
archetypal criticism criticismo arquetípico [m]
severe criticism palazo [m] BO
severe criticism palazo [m] PE rare
malicious criticism raje [m] PE
under criticism en la mira [loc/adv] HN SV CU EC UY
a bitter criticism un criticismo agrio
a fierce criticism una crítica feroz
a harsh criticism críticas duras
a heavy criticism fuertes críticas
a heavy criticism duras críticas
a serious criticism una crítica dura
a serious criticism una crítica seria
a severe criticism una crítica severa
a sharp criticism una crítica dura
a strong criticism una crítica enconada
a strong criticism una crítica fuerte
a trenchant criticism una crítica mordaz
a trenchant criticism una crítica dura
a trenchant criticism una crítica aguda
constructive criticism críticas constructivas
barrage of criticism avalancha de críticas
Colloquial
severe criticism raspada [f] MX
malicious criticism directed toward a person cuereada [f] AR
malicious criticism rajadera [f] CO PE
give someone harsh criticism poner a alguien como hoja de perejil [v]
give someone harsh criticism roer los zancajos a alguien [v]
give someone harsh criticism pegar un buen repaso a alguien [v]
give someone harsh criticism dar un buen repaso a alguien [v]
lay oneself open to criticism exponerse a las críticas [v]
repeat the same criticism sacar [v] MX SV
destructive criticism maleteo [m] PE
biting criticism varillazo [m] CO:W
malicious criticism comentarios [m/pl]
receive harsh criticism or a severe rebuke caer un veinte de mayo [loc/v] CU
Phrases
give grounds for criticism dar que hablar [v]
Idioms
give someone harsh criticism no dejar hueso sano a alguien [v]
open oneself to criticism estar abierto a las críticas [v]
open oneself to criticism abrirse a las críticas [v]
give someone harsh criticism quitarle el pellejo a alguien [v]
receive strong criticism recibir un rapapolvo [v]
receive severe criticism recibir un rapapolvo [v]
be the recipient of all guilt and criticism unfairly ser el saco de los golpes [v]
be the recipient of all guilt and criticism unfairly ser el saco de las hostias [v]
express criticism towards someone lanzar críticas contra alguien [v]
receive strong criticism cobrar palos [v]
not be offended or upset by a joke or criticism tomar algo en buena parte [v]
be the subject of criticism and malicious gossip andar en bandera [v] HN
put up with criticism tener cuero [v] GT HN SV NI BO derog.
be the target of criticism/comments without being present arderle las orejas [loc/v] NI CO PE BO AR UY
(firing) arrows of criticism (lanzar) una sarta de críticas
(firing) arrows of criticism (disparar) una andanada de críticas
(firing) arrows of criticism (disparar) una lluvia de críticas
a barrage of criticism un aluvión de críticas
(sharpest) arrows of criticism olas de fuertes críticas
(sharpest) arrows of criticism olas de duras críticas
lay somebody open to criticism exponer a alguien a la crítica
a storm of criticism un aluvión de críticas
open to criticism abierto a las críticas
open to criticism receptivo a las críticas
Proverbs
criticism is easy, but art is difficult qué bonito es ver la lluvia y no mojarse [old-fashioned]
Law
unseemly criticism crítica injuriosa
healthy criticism sana crítica
Education
methodological criticism crítica metodológica
Engineering
constructive criticism crítica constructiva
Psychology
constructive criticism crítica constructiva
Rehabilitation
criticism in relationships actitud crítica en las relaciones