English - Vietnamese Dictionary
slander /'slɑ:ndə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự vu cáo, sự vu khống; lời vu oan; sự nói xấu
- (pháp lý) lời phỉ báng; lời nói xấu
- ngoại động từ
- vu cáo, vu khống, vu oan; nói xấu; phỉ báng
slanders|slandered|slandering'slændər /'slɑːndəThesaurus Dictionary
+words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
+an abusive attack on a person's character or good name
+charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone
Advanced English Dictionary
1 defamation (of character), calumny, obloquy, misrepresentation, slur, vilification; libel:
He spread lies about me and I am suing him for slander.
2 defame, calumniate, disparage, slur, traduce, malign, smear, vilify, decry; libel:
He must be stopped from slandering people and ruining their reputations.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
+ noun [C, U] a false spoken statement intended to damage the good opinion people have of sb; the legal offence of making this kind of statement: a vicious slander on the company's good name + He's suing them for slander.
slanderous adjective: a slanderous attack / remark / statement
+ verb [VN] to make a false spoken statement about sb that is intended to damage the good opinion that people have of them: He angrily accused the investigators of slandering both him and his family.
gross, malicious, vicious, vile
VERB + SLANDER
be guilty of | sue sb for
He was found guilty of slander against his employers.
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Many teachers saw the statement as a gross slander on their profession.
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