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rebuke

  
a       n   reprimenda    f  , reproche    m  
b       vt   reprender, reprochar  
to rebuke sb for having done sth      reprender a algn por haber hecho algo, reprochar a algn haber hecho algo  
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See also:

rebus, rebut, REB, rebel

Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
reprender a algn por haber hecho algo
exp.
reprochar a algn haber hecho algo
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"rebuke": examples and translations in context
It will not be sufficient for Ezekiel to rebuke without becoming involved. No será suficiente para Ezequiel para reprender sin involucrarse.
She took his business to warn the present and rebuke frequently named persons. Ella tomó su negocio para advertir al presente y reprender personas nombradas con frecuencia.
Sometimes build up looks like rebuke, or correction. A veces se parece a acumularse reproche, o corrección.
Shahai took the rebuke without complaint. Shahai se tomó el reproche sin protestar.
No nation was safe from his rebuke. Ninguna nación está a salvo de su reprensión.
It is only in His Name that our rebuke has any power. Es sólo en Su nombre que nuestra reprensión tiene algún poder.
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