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 Translation for 'abusive' from English to Greek
ADJ   abusive | more abusive | most abusive
SYNO abusive | opprobrious | scurrilous
abusive {adj}προσβλητικός
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Translation for 'abusive' from English to Greek

abusive {adj}
προσβλητικός
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Usage Examples English
  • In 2010, Yad L'Achim helped rescue an Israeli woman and her four children from her abusive husband.
  • Because of this, many Chilean women are encouraged to stay in abusive relationships and marriages because there is a stigma against divorce and being single, especially if a woman has children with the abusive spouse or partner.
  • She married Thomas Voce, an abusive man and they frequently separated and reunited.
  • "Captive Hearts, Captive Minds: Freedom and Recovery from Cults and Other Abusive Relationships" is a study of cults and abusive relationships by Madeleine Landau Tobias, Janja Lalich, Ph.D., and Michael Langone.
  • Simon arrives in Walford in 1996 when he comes in search of his sister Tiffany (Martine McCutcheon), after his abusive relationship with his partner, Howard (Dorian Lough), collapsed.

  • Walker to explain patterns of behavior in an abusive relationship.
  • She lived with an abusive boyfriend for ten years. Allen shot her boyfriend, injuring him but he never reported it to the authorities.
  • Meanwhile, Tara's real-life persona Seher (Amyra Dastur) is a salon girl constantly borrowing money from her abusive boyfriend Baljeet to stay afloat.
  • HFE victims are more likely to be co-habiting with abusive individual, to have fair/poor health, to fear the abusive individual, to perceive abusive individual as caretaker, and to have a longer duration of abuse.
  • The organization's domestic and sexual violence counseling for North Korean defectors is for defectors who have suffered through abusive family situations.

  • Political leaders in Pakistan have been consistently picked up for using profane, abusive language.
  • Abusive supervision is most commonly studied in the context of the workplace, although can arise in other areas such as in the household and at school.
  • Abusive supervision can arise in different areas such as in the household, at school, and at a workplace.
  • One example that is well explained by Raison Oblige Theory is why people stay in abusive relationships.
  • The recent emphasis by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to stop abusive tax shelters has brought about an onslaught of regulation [...].

  • Social undermining can arise from abusive supervision, such as when a supervisor uses negative actions, and it leads to "flow downhill"; a supervisor is perceived as abusive.
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