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to criticize so./sth. | to criticise so./sth. | to criticize so./sth.

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Definition (American English)

criticize, criticise
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criticize, criticise
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criticize, criticise
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jmdn./etw. kritisieren



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criticise/ criticize Im Oxford DictionaryLast post 28 Dec 05, 14:21
Ich dachte immer, dass Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary behandelt vornehmlich British En…3 Replies
to criticize - bemängelnLast post 24 Mar 08, 19:40 Replies
kritisieren an - criticize in/on/about? Last post 13 May 10, 15:14
Dies ist etwas, das ich an ihr kritisiere. This is something that I criticize in/on/about h…2 Replies
Rebuke, reprove, chide, criticiseLast post 25 Sep 17, 15:44
Ich bin auf der Suche nach dem richtigen Wort für die folgende Situation: Eine Person hat In…8 Replies
scathe / to scathe - Beleidigung / scharf kritisierenLast post 25 May 13, 00:39 Replies
und kritisieren den zu intensiven Zitronengeschmack - ..and criticise the too intensive lemon tasteLast post 20 Jan 09, 15:23
kann ich das "too intensive" so lassen? danke2 Replies
ding - zurückweisen (?), kritisieren (?)Last post 07 Dec 12, 11:06
Article on lingua franca (…1 Replies
one to criticizeLast post 15 Dec 09, 16:25
She was never one to criticize. Bei ihr gab es nie etwas auszusetzen? Danke!4 Replies
criticize that...Last post 25 Jun 08, 10:19
They criticized that he used religious language. Eine Freundin sagte mir, nach criticized ko3 Replies
to criticise severely - an den Pranger stellenLast post 16 Nov 17, 00:45
S. den Wikipedia Eintrag "to expose to public ridicule, scorn and abuse""to expose to public…6 Replies

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