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translation - ADMONISHING

admonishing (adj.)

plein de reproches, réprobateur

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admonishing (adj.)

reproachfully, reprovingly

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fournir des informations à qqn sur qqch[Classe]

blâme (jugement de désapprobation)[Classe]

sanction prenant seulement une forme orale[Classe]

conseil impératif[Classe]

censure; deprecation; disapprobation; disapprovalaction de désapprouver[Classe]

reproche comportant une sanction[Classe]

qui désapprouve[Classe]

(sermonizer; moraliser; moralizer; preacher; preacher man; sermoniser), (reproach), (blameless; inculpable; irreproachable; unimpeachable)reprocher[termes liés]



comment, notice, point out, remarkcommenter - call-down, dressing-down, rebuke, reprehension, reprimand, reproof, reproval, scolding, talking-toadmonestation, admonition, remontrance, répréhension, réprimande, sermon - authorityautorité[Hyper.]


criticism, critiquecriticisme, critique - criticism, literary criticismcriticisme, critique - criticism, unfavorable judgmentcriticisme, critique - criticcritique, détracteur, détractrice - criticcritique - censure, criminate, deprecate, disapprove of, discountenance, reprimand, reproachblâmer, désapprouver, réprimander - admonish, reproveréprimander - reprehendblâmer, condamner, réprimander, réprouver - blame, find fault with, reproach, upbraidreprocher à[Dérivé]

censurereprendre - admonish, bawl out, belabour, berate, call down, call on the carpet, caution, chew out, chew up, chide, dress down, find fault with, give a good dressing-down, give a good talking-to, haul over the coals, have words, jaw, lambast, lambaste, lecture, rag, read the riot act, rebuke, remonstrate, reprimand, reproach, reproof, scold, take in hand, take to task, trounce, warnattraper, critiquer, donner une avoine, donner une danse, donner un galop, donner un savon, enguirlander, faire une réprimande, gloser, gourmander, gronder, houspiller, infliger une réprimande, morigéner, passer une danse, passer un galop, passer un savon, réprimander, réprimer - admonester - représenter[Nominalisation]


estimate, evaluate, judge, pass judgmentapprécier, évaluer, juger, se faire une opinion[Domaine]

unfavorable, unfavourabledéfavorable[Similaire]

praiseglorifier, vanter[Ant.]



admonish (v. tr.)


report; notify; advertize; publicise; announce; advertisefaire savoir (qqch à qqn), porter (qqch) à la connaissance[Classe]

faire naître un sentiment, un état affectif[Classe...]

instigate to; put up to; spur on to; urge on to; urge to; incite; urge on; bring to; get to; induce; instigate; animate; infuse; inspirecauser chez qqn la volonté de faire qqch[Classe]

advise; counsel; rededonner, prononcer des conseils[ClasseHyper.]


(demotivation; disheartenment; disincentive; discouragement; despondency; despondence; heartsickness; disconsolateness)décourager[Thème]

(opinion; suggestion; tip; piece of advice; guidance; counsel; counseling; counselling; direction), (legal adviser; counselor; advisor; mentor; counsellor), (obtain advice; seek advice; consult), (advise; counsel; rede), (consulting; reference; consultation)conseiller[Thème]





discuss, hash out, talk overdiscuter, discuter à fond - advice, counselconseil, conseils - defender, guardian, protector, protectress, shielderdéfenseur, gardien, guardien, protecteur - informavertir, faire savoir, informer[Hyper.]

advice, counsel, counseling, counselling, direction, guidance, opinion, piece of advice, suggestion, tipconseil, conseils, direction[GenV+comp]

advisement, deliberation, weighingdélibération - advisee - adviser, advisor, consultant, counsellor, counselorconseiller, expert-conseil, informateur - advocate, counsel, counsellor, counselor, counselor-at-law, pleaderavocat, avocate - adviser, advisor, counsellor, counselor, mentorconseil, conseiller, conseilleur - advisory - advisableconseillé - advisory, consultative, consultatory, consultiveconsultatif - admonish, discourage, monish, warnavertir, décourager, mettre en garde - admonish, caution, monishmettre en garde - caution, warningavertissement - warnerwarner[Dérivé]


admonish (v. tr.)

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