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Difamar

Actividades delictivas

Spanish Vocabulary Builder 9/14/2012
Word: Difamar
(di-fa-MAR) Verbo transitivo
English: To defame
Etymology: Del latín diffamare
Meaning: 1.Desacreditar a alguien, de palabra o por escrito, publicando algo contra su buena opinión y fama.2. Poner algo en bajo concepto y estima.
Topic:Actividades delictivas
Example:

“El pecado de desear a su hermano toda especie de males, de haberlo injuriado y difamado” Emilia Pardo Bazán, “Desde allá”, Cuentos sacroprofanos

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