不信, 失体, 失態, 破廉恥, 不信用信用しない
Noun(1) the state of being held in low esteem
Verb(1) cause to be distrusted or disbelieved(2) damage the reputation of(3) reject as false; refuse to accept
(1) It is a discredit to the struggle of the people and a severe slap at the peaceful religion movement.(2) I have brought discredit on me as a police officer and brought shame on me and my family,├ö├ç├û he said.(3) the ships were a discredit to the country(4) Another discredit to this ├ö├ç├┐empowerment├ö├ç├û argument is that he only wants to sleep with you.(5) recent attempts to discredit evolution(6) She went further to discredit her former colleague by calling her a liar and a thief.(7) This government, to its eternal discredit , has reduced income tax to such an extent that the State cannot pay for an education for its young people.(8) But there are also bogus philosophers who aim only at money and status, and bring her into discredit , and they drive her crazy.(9) In what way does it differ from the sale of indulgences in the 16th century which brought great discredit to the church?(10) they committed crimes which brought discredit upon the administration(11) And if so, then that clearly is the sort of behavior that does bring discredit upon the House and ought to be basis for some action by the Ethics Committee.(12) his remarks were taken out of context in an effort to discredit him(13) However, there is now a fairly large and growing body of research to discredit that assumption.(14) It may be an invention to discredit his posthumous reputation and supporters.(15) Within a month he was accused of ├ö├ç├┐conduct of a nature to bring discredit upon the military service,├ö├ç├û and his trial began in Washington.(16) I have said enough elsewhere to discredit such notions.
1. dishonor ::
2. disgrace ::
3. disrepute ::
4. bring into disrepute ::
5. disprove ::
6. disgrace ::
7. disbelieve ::
1. aggrandize ::
2. canonize ::
3. deify ::
4. elevate ::
5. exalt ::
Different Formsdiscredit, discreditable, discredited, discrediting, discredits
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to DISCREDIT Hank.
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