English to Welsh Meaning :: tirade

Tirade :
areithio llawn
- areithio llawntirades
 

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Noun(1) a speech of violent denunciation

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(1) But she was serious, and she launched into a tirade of abuse about those damned heathens.(2) Her expression is pained, quizzical and defensive, as if expecting a tirade of criticism at every turn.(3) His crime was to have pushed over a cabinet minister in response to a tirade of abuse during a heated debate.(4) Their obese son can't open his mouth without a tirade of abuse and their daughter has retreated into herself.(5) There is plenty for critics to criticise; but those who have tried tend to receive a tirade of abuse.(6) a tirade of abuse(7) The stranger braced herself for a tirade of abuse, but to her surprise, when the noblewoman arrived, it did not come.(8) However, hotel staff say they refused to serve him at the bar, and claim that as a result Watson issued an angry tirade of abuse.(9) He has already planned his acceptance speech: a tirade against those who have suggested that he retire.(10) Point made, he stops and waits a while and treats me to the inevitable tirade of verbal abuse aimed at the car in the meantime.(11) If one were to summarise that speech, one would have to say that it was characterised by a tirade of abuse.(12) Walking to the station this morning I was shocked out of my daydreams by a tirade of four letter abuse.(13) If we opened our mouths we couldn't utter more than a couple of words before the tirade of abuse began again.(14) These complaints were not the normal tirade of abuse and insults we receive but seemed genuine.(15) It's something of a disappointment when you had been hoping for a tirade of vitriol against humanity.(16) To read a tirade of abuse like this can only add to that trauma and make Nadia's bravery and eventual victory all the more commendable.
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Noun
1. diatribe ::
diatribe
2. harangue ::
bregeth
3. rant ::
rant
4. onslaught ::
ymosodiad
5. attack ::
ymosodiad
6. polemic ::
polemic
7. denunciation ::
terfyniad
8. broadside ::
broadside
10. condemnation ::
condemniad
11. censure ::
cerydd
12. invective ::
invective
13. criticism ::
beirniadaeth
14. tongue-lashing ::
tafod-lashing
15. blast ::
chwyth
16. lecture ::
darlith
17. philippic ::
philippic
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tirade, tirades
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