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discredit  Verb
Plural: discredits
  1. Translate "discredit" to Spanish: desprestigiar, desacreditar, hacer perder credibilidad a, manchar el buen nombre de, manchar la buena reputación de, restar credibilidad a, demeritar
    English Synonyms of "discredit": cast doubts upon, damage the prestige of, defame, drag someone's name through the mud, drag someone's reputation through the mud, throw mud on, smear
    Define meaning of "discredit": Cause to be distrusted or disbelieved. ; Damage the reputation of.
  2. She discredits John, Ella desacredita a Juan.
    The paper discredited the politician with its nasty commentary.
    This newspaper story discredits the politicians.

  3. Translate "discredit" to Spanish: desacreditar, desprestigiar, difamar, infamar
    English Synonyms of "discredit": bring into disrepute, cry down, disparage, disrepute, dishonor, dishonour
    Define meaning of "discredit": Damage the reputation of.
  4. The politician discredited his opponent, El político desacreditó al oponente
    This newspaper story discredits the politicians.

  5. Translate "discredit" to Spanish: dudar de
    English Synonyms of "discredit": doubt, disbelieve, doubt at, have doubts about, have doubts on, have doubts over
    Define meaning of "discredit": Reject as false; refuse to accept.

  6. Translate "discredit" to Spanish: desacreditar, bajar del pedestal
    English Synonyms of "discredit": debunk
    Define meaning of "discredit": Reject as false; refuse to accept.
  7. debunked her friend, Ella desacreditó a su amiga=She discredited.

discredit  Noun
  1. Translate "discredit" to Spanish: descrédito, desgracia, deshonor, desprestigio, impopularidad, pérdida de prestigio
    English Synonyms of "discredit": disgrace, bad name, disrepute, ill repute, dishonor, dishonour
    Define meaning of "discredit": The state of being held in low esteem.
  2. Your actions will bring discredit to your name.
    Because of the scandal the school has fallen into disrepute.

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  3. Translate "discredit" to Spanish: descrédito
    English Synonyms of "discredit": disbelief, incredulity, unbelief
    Define meaning of "discredit": Doubt about the truth of something. ; A rejection of belief.

Verb Conjugation for "discredit"
Gerund: discrediting
Past Participle: discredited

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