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  1. dishonor:


Detailed Translations for dishonor from English to Spanish


dishonor verb, American

  1. dishonor (dishonour; ravish; rape; violate)

Translation Matrix for dishonor:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
atacar affecting; assault; attack; attacking; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring
violar assault; criminal assault; violating
- dishonour
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
atacar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate assault; attack; besiege; challenge; close; contest; desecrate; dispute; draw; force; lay violent hands upon; question; raid; shut; storm; strike; use force; violate
deshonrar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate defile; desecrate
forzar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate assault; break open; coerce; compel; crack; decode; enforce; force; force open; kick open; oblige; oblige to; overburden; overload; tear open; use force
violar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate abuse; assault; assault someone; break in; defile; desecrate; misuse; rape; use force; violate
- assault; attaint; disgrace; dishonour; outrage; rape; ravish; shame; violate

Synonyms for "dishonor":

Antonyms for "dishonor":

Related Definitions for "dishonor":

  1. lacking honor or integrity1
  2. a state of shame or disgrace1
    • he was resigned to a life of dishonor1
  3. refuse to accept1
    • dishonor checks and drafts1
  4. bring shame or dishonor upon1
    • he dishonored his family by committing a serious crime1
  5. force (someone) to have sex against their will1