English to Greek Meaning :: reproof

Reproof :
επίπληξη
επίπληξη, επίκριση, μομφή - επίπληξηεπίπληξηreproofedπρόγραμμα αδιαβροχοποίησηςεπιπλήξεις
 
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Noun
Verb(1) Censure severely or angrily

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(1) I closed the door and let out a sigh of relief mixed with reproof .(2) A look of reproof(3) It sounded more like a reproof than anything else.(4) She hit him on the shoulder lightly in reproof before laughing slightly before she realized that hurt her side even more.(5) Keira, however, behaved as a model daughter, leaving no room for reproof .(6) She welcomed him with a mild reproof for leaving her alone(7) It was nearest to a reproof that I'd ever heard from her.(8) Wendy put her arms akimbo and tapped a foot, sending him a look of reproof .(9) He can be sarcastic and severe without becoming offensive; his reproof often takes the form of humorous banter.(10) She needed no reproof from her parents - she had herself for that.(11) She could not bear to witness the reproof in her parents' eyes.(12) One eye cocked in gentle reproof , Don Mario sipped the wine.(13) It could signify a promise or a threat or a reproof .(14) By the faintly chagrined expression on his face, Darius could very safely assume that Asgard had received a similar reproof .(15) Then why, why oh men do you continue to reject his reproof ?(16) Chris shook his finger in a mock reproof of his niece.
Synonyms
Noun
1. rebuke ::
επίπληξη
2. reprimand ::
αυστηρά επίπληξη
3. reproach ::
όνειδος
5. admonition ::
νουθεσία
6. disapproval ::
αποδοκιμασία
7. censure ::
μομφή
8. criticism ::
κριτική
9. condemnation ::
καταδίκη
Verb
11. lambaste ::
μαλώνω
12. call down ::
κλήση προς τα κάτω
14. jaw ::
σαγόνι
15. bawl out ::
φωνάζω έξω
16. chide ::
κάνω παράπονα
17. rag ::
κουρέλι
18. rebuke ::
επίπληξη
19. remonstrate ::
διαμαρτύρομαι
20. chew up ::
μασάω
21. take to task ::
μαλώνω
22. have words ::
έχουν λέξεις
23. berate ::
μαλώνω
24. chew out ::
μασάτε έξω
25. dress down ::
φόρεμα προς τα κάτω
26. trounce ::
μαστιγώ
27. lecture ::
διάλεξη
28. scold ::
μαλώνω
29. reprimand ::
αυστηρά επίπληξη
Antonyms
1. citation ::
παραπομπή
2. commendation ::
έπαινος
Different Forms
reproof, reproofed, reproofing, reproofs
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