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Detailed Translations for abjectness from English to Spanish

abjectness form of abject:

abject adj

  1. abject (saltless; cowardly; bland; )

Translation Matrix for abject:

AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- low; low-down; miserable; scummy; scurvy; unhopeful
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
sin sal abject; bland; cowardly; craven; cringing; dim; faint; saltless dull; fair; flat; honest; saltless; tasteless; unsavory; unsavoury

Related Words for "abject":

  • abjectness, abjectly

Synonyms for "abject":


Related Definitions for "abject":

  1. showing humiliation or submissiveness1
    • an abject apology1
  2. of the most contemptible kind1
    • abject cowardice1
  3. most unfortunate or miserable1
    • the most abject slaves joined in the revolt1
    • abject poverty1
  4. showing utter resignation or hopelessness1
    • abject surrender1

Wiktionary Translations for abject:

abject
adjective
  1. Sunk to a low condition; down in spirit or hope

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
abject vil; obsceno; mísero; infame schunniglaag, vuil, schuin
abject abyecto abject — volstrekt verachtelijk
abject vil; infame; abominable; horrible; horroroso; ruin abject — Qui est dans un état d’abjection, qui est rejeté et digne de l’être ; vil, méprisable.
abject infame; vil lâche — Méprisable
abject mísero; digno de lástima misérable — Qui réduire à la misère ; qui inspirer la pitié.


Wiktionary Translations for abjectness:


Cross Translation:
FromToVia
abjectness baja; decadencia; adversidad abaissementaction d’abaisser, de s’abaisser, ou résultat de cette action.