Abusive in spanish


pronunciation: ɑbusiboʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

abusive1 = insultante, grosero. 

Example: Reference supervisors have a responsibility to protect their staff as well as other library users from the unpleasant, abusive behavior of some persons.


» be abusive = agraviar, ultrajar, insultar.

Example: The common view of unacceptable behaviour is when a customer is abusive either verbally or physically.

» be abusive of = insultar a, ser grosero con.

Example: He's frequently abusive of his subordinates, been responsive to instructions from his director.

abusive2 = impropio, aprovechado, ultrajante, vejatorio. 

Example: This article discusses the ability of privacy laws that are presently on the books to protect us from abusive information collection, dissemination, and management practices.


» abusive price = precio abusivo, precio desorbitado.

Example: This new law is primarily aimed at reducing abusive prices for goods and services resulting from a lack of competition.

» abusive price tag = precio abusivo, precio desorbitado.

Example: While textbooks are clearly an important and critical component to students' education, their abusive price tags are not.

Abusive synonyms

offensive in spanish: ofensiva, pronunciation: əfensɪv part of speech: adjective, noun scurrilous in spanish: grosero, pronunciation: skɜrələs part of speech: adjective harmful in spanish: perjudicial, pronunciation: hɑrmfəl part of speech: adjective scornful in spanish: desdeñoso, pronunciation: skɔrnfəl part of speech: adjective opprobrious in spanish: oprobioso, pronunciation: əprɑbriəs part of speech: adjective insulting in spanish: insultante, pronunciation: ɪnsʌltɪŋ part of speech: adjective
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