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des·mo·ra·li·zan·te  Adjective
Plural: desmoralizantes
  1. Translate "desmoralizante" to English: demoralizing, corrupting, debasing
    Spanish Synonyms of "desmoralizante": degradador, desmoralizador, corrompedor, corruptor, degradante, deshonroso, humillante, denigrante
    Define meaning of "desmoralizante": Se dice de lo que desmoraliza [corrompe las ideas o costumbres de una persona o colectividad con malos ejemplos o doctrinas perniciosas contrarias a la moral vigente en dicha colectividad]. ; Se dice de lo que desmoraliza [corrompe las ideas o costumbres de una persona o colectividad con malos ejemplos o doctrinas perniciosas contrarias a la moral vigente en dicha colectividad].

  2. Translate "desmoralizante" to English: discouraging, dampening, demoralizing, depressing, disheartening, dispiriting
    Spanish Synonyms of "desmoralizante": desalentador, descorazonador, desestimulante, desmoralizador, desmotivador, desmotivante
    Define meaning of "desmoralizante": Se dice de lo que desalienta [quita el ánimo, acobarda, desanima, descorazona].

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