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NOUN1   a slander | slanders
NOUN2   slander | -
VERB   to slander | slandered | slandered
slandering | slanders
SYNO aspersion | calumny | defamation | ...
клеветать [несов.]
to slander
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Translation for 'slander' from English to Russian

to slander
клеветать [несов.]право
Usage Examples English
  • Don’t revile or slander the saintly texts.
  • While in libel cases there is no burden to prove damage done to reputation, there generally is in slander cases.
  • Bedoya was criticized for filing slander charges against Father Javier Giraldo, the director of the Intercongregational Commission for Justice and Peace (...).
  • Alksnis's Latvian heritage was the subject of slander allegations in 2007 involving comments on the Internet.
  • Similarly, Rabbi Haninah taught that skin disease came only from slander.
  • King's slander suit against Barton had paid to typeset King's novel, arranged to have Barton arrested, and offered to rescind the slander lawsuit against Barton upon a settlement paid to King.
  • The Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation's publications and programs emphasize the importance of the mitzvot ("commandments") of not speaking "lashon hara" or the spread of any form of slander.
  • His political opponent used his grandmother Marianne Celeste's African ethnicity as slander.
  • Garang Mangok, the presiding judge, found Samuel Garang Dut guilty of libel and slander.
  • In Anglo-Saxon England, whose legal tradition is the predecessor of contemporary common law jurisdictions, slander was punished by cutting out the tongue.
  • § 2 - Is punishable, slander against the dead.
  • The limitation period for libel, slander, slander of title, slander of goods or other malicious falsehood is one year.
  • A journalist should guard against defamation, libel, slander and obscenity.
  • He won the case against his for slander and libel and was awarded $100,000.
  • In April 2009, the Belgian courts ruled that Léonard's comments were not severe enough to be considered slander or discrimination.
  • The cyber defamation law (사이버 모욕죄) is a legislation in South Korea which refers to libel or slander that is expressed online, typically via a publicly accessible website.
  • In Act I, Rossini's slander aria from "The Barber of Seville" is used as the basis for Peppo's slander scene; the folk tune "Te voglio ben assai" is used in Act I to highlight the young lovers' feelings; the Latin hymn "O Santissima" is used in Act II to underscore the power of Christianity over Golfo's demonry.
  • A Midrash explained that because the serpent was the first to speak slander in [...] , God punished the Israelites by means of serpents in [...] when they spoke slander.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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