English to Catalan Meaning :: epithet

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Noun(1) a defamatory or abusive word or phrase(2) descriptive word or phrase

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(1) Judging by the epithet you've awarded him, I take it you weren't unduly impressed.(2) The normal way round is the creation of an identifying tag, normally by a pertinent epithet or nickname - hence I would become Fat James, or Green James, or Elf.(3) Looking up at the city's facades and trying to describe each of them with just one epithet was like constantly checking with my brain's in-built thesaurus for the synonyms of ÔÇÿuglyÔÇÖ.(4) Moe picks up an identical thick-bladed knife and hurls it at Whitford with an epithet .(5) old men are often unfairly awarded the epithet ÔÇÿdirtyÔÇÖ(6) It's sometimes hurled in an epithet , sometimes spoken with pride.(7) And I use the word ÔÇÿbloodyÔÇÖ not as a redundant and offensive epithet , but as a statement of fact.(8) This is not a personal name but an epithet of those who have achieved enlightenment, the goal of the Buddhist religious life.(9) old men are often unfairly awarded the epithet ÔÇ£dirty.ÔÇØ(10) There is no epithet deficit when it comes to describing today's crisis of business leadership: greedy, unethical, and myopic appear regularly on the adjectival hot list.(11) When we characterise these tendencies as centrist and opportunist, this is not some kind of epithet or swear word.(12) ÔÇÿMasterÔÇÖ and ÔÇÿslaveÔÇÖ are ordinary English words, not epithets , and it's absurd to try and ban them from common usage.(13) Everything was done to make us throw away sobriety of thought and calmness of judgment and to inflate all expressions with sensational epithets and turgid phrases.(14) Either she'll be touched to be rediscovered or she'll be very, very indignant and hurl ethnocentric epithets .(15) In Sanskrit, the Moon has many names and epithets .(16) In many people's minds free speech is a ÔÇÿrightÔÇÖ to hurl epithets at politically correct wusses, and to do so with no fear of having your fraternity suspended.
Related Words
(1) epithet ::
1. sobriquet ::
2. nickname ::
3. byname ::
per nom
4. title ::
5. name ::
6. label ::
7. tag ::
8. description ::
9. designation ::
10. moniker ::
11. handle ::
12. appellation ::
13. denomination ::
Different Forms
epithet, epithets
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