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The meaning of Discredit

Discredit – definition

verb

Harm the good reputation of.

Usage examples:

His remarks were taken out of context in an effort to discredit him
noun

Loss or lack of reputation or respect.

Usage examples:

His actions were such that they brought discredit on his profession
verb

To give people reason to stop believing someone or to doubt the truth of something

Usage examples:

The old soviet economic model has been thoroughly discredited., it’s the job of the defense to disc…

Discredit translation into English

Discredit: translate from English into Chinese

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抹黑, 怀疑, 疑惑, 不信, 不信用

Discredit: translate from English into Dutch

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Diskrediet, Discrediet, Oneer, Het geloof schokken, Geen geloof hechten aan

Discredit: translate from English into French

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Discrédit, Discréditer, Doute, Déconsidération

Discredit: translate from English into German

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Diskreditieren, Misskredit, Unehre, Schänden, Unglaube, Schandfleck, Umstoßen

Discredit: translate from English into Hindi

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बदनाम, बदनामी, बदनाम करना, अपयश, अपमान, अप्रतिष्ठा, संदेह, कलंकित करना, लज्जित करना, बेइज़्ज़ती, अविश्वास करना, अप्रत्यय, अविश्वास

Discredit: translate from English into Italian

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Discredito, Screditare, Discreditare, Dubbio, Mettere in dubbio

Discredit: translate from English into Korean

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불신, 망신, 신용하지 않다, 평판을 나쁘게 하다

Discredit: translate from English into Russian

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Дискредитировать, Дискредитация, Недоверие, Сомнение, Позорить, Компрометация, Не доверять, Опорочивать, Лишение коммерческого кредита

Discredit: translate from English into Spanish

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Descrédito, Desacreditar, Desprestigio, Desprestigiar, Deshonrar, Poner en duda, Falta de crédito, Falta de prestigio

Word origin

mid 16th century: from dis- (expressing reversal) + credit, on the pattern of Italian ( di)scredito (noun), ( di)screditare (verb), and French discrédit (noun), discréditer (verb).

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