Translation for 'reproach' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a reproach | reproaches
VERB   to reproach | reproached | reproached
reproaching | reproaches
SYNO to reproach | to upbraid
reproach {noun}укор {м}
reproach {noun}порицание {ср}
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Translation for 'reproach' from English to Bulgarian

reproach {noun}
укор {м}

порицание {ср}
Usage Examples English
  • Pontcharra is the birthplace of former Formula One driver René Arnoux. Chevalier de Bayard, the legendary "knight without fear and without reproach", was born at the Château Bayard in Pontcharra.
  • In context, the verse was spoken by Jesus as a reproach to those people who rejected both the austere lifestyle and preaching of John the Baptist and his own more accessible ministry.
  • Many attorneys mourned his retirement, noting that he was a consistent and fair jurist whose understanding of the law was generally above reproach.
  • Pilet-Golaz was said to be a pragmatic politician who tried to negotiate with the German and Italian fascism. He, therefore, had to face the reproach that he sympathized with fascism.
  • Mrs Travers is fascinated by Immada's attractiveness, but the girl and her brother reproach Lingard for recently neglecting them, and leave with him when the interview comes to a fruitless conclusion.

  • Shakespeare's Sonnet 2 is the second procreation sonnet. It urges the young man to have a child and thereby protect himself from reproach by preserving his beauty against Time's destruction.
  • Handpicked to serve as a member of the United States Air Force Honor Guard, my standards of conduct and level of professionalism must be above reproach, for I represent all others in my service.
  • His application of Cartesian metaphysics and reproach of Biblical literalism put him at odds with the Dutch Reformed Church.
  • Broken in health, a "knight without fear and above reproach", Wurmser died in Vienna the following summer.
  • A more recent experiment, which measures the quasiparticle charge extremely directly, appears beyond reproach.

  • In comparable fashion, "an article…by Mr Edward Glover, entitled "Freudian or Neo-Freudian", directed entirely against the constructions of Mr Alexander" equally used the term as a form of orthodox reproach.
  • One possible reason for do-gooder derogation is 'anticipated moral reproach'. This describes a threat to one's moral standing and to their sense of self-worth.
  • "There is nothing to reproach the Russian Olympic Committee for and if there is no reproach towards this committee, the country should take part in competitions under its own flag," Putin said.
  • The Foundation takes particular care to ensure that funding sources are beyond reproach and that contributions are politically untied.
  • Following this remark which was in reference to Edward Snowden's leak, he referred to anti-gay law in Russia that it is an American reproach of sticking their noses into the personal correspondence of tens of millions of Russian citizens.

  • In 1st Thessalonians 4:11 he uses it to describe the sort of ambition believers should have to conduct their lives with "philotimo": - a life above reproach, well regarded by their community for their kindness.
  • The ataaba is also used to express grief or reproach. Generally composed of four verses of poetry, the first three end with the same sound.
  • The castle has housed the Bayard museum since 1975; it presents the life and the myth of Pierre Terrail, seigneur de Bayard, the famous "knight without fear and without reproach" (...).
  • Rabbi Pappias read the words "And Jethro said: 'Blessed be the Lord'" in [...] as a reproach to the Israelites, for not one of the 600,000 Israelites rose to bless God until Jethro did.
  • The word "sacket" has two dictionary definitions: a bag; and a term of reproach or abuse.

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