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infamy
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
infamy /'infəmi/
  • danh từ
    • (như) infamousness
    • điều ô nhục, điều bỉ ổi
    • (pháp lý) sự mất quyền công dân
Concise Dictionary
infamiesɪnfəmɪ
noun
+a state of extreme dishonor
+evil fame or public reputation

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 notoriety, ill repute, ill fame, disrepute, shame, ignominy, obloquy, disgrace, dishonour, stigma, discredit:
She has to suffer the infamy of her husband's treachery.
2 wickedness, evil, iniquity, villainy, heinousness, vileness, abomination, outrage, abhorrence, opprobrium, loathsomeness, detestation, hatred, odium, atrocity, revulsion, monstrosity, egregiousness, shame, shamefulness, disgrace, disgracefulness:
The infamy of his profligate behaviour is widely known.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun (plural infamies) (formal)
1 [U] the state of being well known for sth bad or evil: a day that will live in infamy
2 [U, C] evil behaviour; an evil act: scenes of horror and infamy


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