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censure
'sɛnʃər
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Harsh criticism or disapproval.
  2. The state of being excommunicated.
(动) As a verb
  1. Rebuke formally.
Hyphenationcen•sure
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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责难zénànto censure
非难fēinànreproof; blame
指责zhǐzéto criticize; to find fault with; to denounce
纠弹jiūtánto censure; to denounce; to impeach
qiǎnto censure; to reprimand
严斥yánchìto scold; to censure
大批特批dàpī tè pīto criticize severly; to censure
指斥zhǐchìto denounce; to censure; to rebuke
cànto accuse; to censure; to charge
问责wènzéto hold accountable; to blame; to censure; to apportion blame
zhéto relegate a high official to a minor post in an outlying region (punishment in imperial China); to banish or exile; (of immortals) to banish from Heaven; to censure; to blame
jiùto destroy, to slander; to abuse; to defame, (non-classical form of ) a fault; a defect, an error, to blame; to censure
biǎnto diminish; to demote; to reduce or devaluate; to disparage; to censure; to depreciate
dòuto fight; to struggle; to condemn; to censure; to contend; to put together; coming together
指点zhǐdiǎnto point out; to indicate; to give directions; to show how (to do something); to censure; to pick at
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