English to Lithuanian Meaning of revile - plūsti

Revile :

plūsti, piktnaudžiavimas, keikti, niekšas, bėgis, pašaipa

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Definitions of revile in English
Verb(1) spread negative information about
Examples of revile in English
(1) Why would he release such a valuable individual into a world where any citizen, young or old, would revile him as a monster?(2) It is one of the many ironies of his situation that the very same people who used to revile him for being enslaved to opinion polls now lambast him for not listening to the public.(3) I revile her Party's views and racist policies wholeheartedly yet I believe that three years in a maximum security is a manifestly unjust sentence for her.(4) There will be tribulation and people will revile you and slander you, but he has overcome and that we live for that.(5) Beijing reviles Lee, an outspoken critic of China, for trying to break Taiwan out of diplomatic isolation during his 12 years in power, which ended in May 2000.(6) And before reviling the New York Times, let's remember the good work the newspaper has put in over the past few years keeping up the pressure to make the new architecture at the World Trade Center site beautiful.(7) In the course of that bitter conflict, Lincoln had been reviled and attacked without mercy.(8) These men are represented as mischief-makers and revilers , accusing without just cause, and converting innocence into treason.(9) Not that it will be easy for a player reviled by the fans of almost every other team, even though he has been cleared of the offence more often than he has been found guilty.(10) Yet wherever he went in the country of his birth he was reviled and denounced as opportunistic and even racist.(11) The well-known cheer, meritorious though it may be, seemed misdirected to rival revilers like myself.(12) Those people seem to hate you, even though they don't even know you, and don't know why but you fear them, because they have the power to see you starve to death in miserable conditions while reviling you for it.(13) Nancy Reagan was reviled as a Hollywood airhead until she was reviled as a secret Machiavellian.(14) Rig Veda refers to these non-conformists as ÔÇÿDevapiyuÔÇÖ, i.e. revilers of Vedic gods.(15) Rivaldo, reviled by supporters on the basis that he is not the revered Romario, has used that foundation to score five goals in as many matches.(16) As copy editor, and as an acquaintance to many of the complainants, I have received several letters expressing individuals' revilement with the cavalier attitude presented toward women.
(1) under review ::
(2) peer review ::
tarpusavio peržiūros
(3) management review ::
valdymo apžvalga
(4) book review ::
Knygos apžvalga
(5) judicial review ::
(6) brief review ::
trumpa apžvalga
(7) annual review ::
metinė apžvalga
(8) design review ::
dizaino perziura
(9) review article ::
straipsnio peržiūra
(10) critical review ::
kritinė apžvalga
1. criticize ::
2. censure ::
3. condemn ::
4. attack ::
5. inveigh against ::
Ķengāt prieš
6. rail against ::
7. castigate ::
8. lambaste ::
9. denounce ::
10. slander ::
11. libel ::
12. malign ::
13. vilify ::
14. abuse ::
15. knock ::
16. slam ::
17. pan ::
18. crucify ::
19. roast ::
20. tear into ::
ašara į
22. dis ::
23. pummel ::
24. excoriate ::
nulupti žievę
25. calumniate ::
Different Forms
revile, reviled, revilement, reviles, reviling
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