English to Welsh Meaning :: despise

dirmygu, ddirmygu, dibrisio, nibrisio, nirmyguddirmyga’, ddirmyga, ddirmygi, dibrisiasech, dibrisid, dibrisia, dibrisia’, dibrisiaf, dibrisiai, dibrisiais, dibrisiaist, dibrisian, dibrisiant, dibrisiasai, dibrisiasant, dirmyga, dibrisiasem, dibrisiasent, dibrisiasid, dibrisiasit, dibrisiasoch, dibrisiasom, dibrisiaswn, dibrisiem, dibrisied, dirmygem, dibrisien, dibrisient, dibrisier, dibrisies, dibrisiest, dibrisiet, dibrisiff, dibrisio, dibrisioch, dibrisiych, dibrisiom, dibrision, dibrisiont, dibrisir, dibrisith, dibrisiwch, dibrisiwn, dibrisiwyd, dibrisiwyf, dirmygasech, dirmygasem, dirmyga’, dirmygaf, dirmygai, dirmygais, dirmygaist, dirmygan, dirmygant, dirmygasai, dirmygasant, dirmygwyf, dibrisi, dirmygasent, dirmygasid, dirmygasit, dirmygasoch, dirmygasom, dirmygaswn, dirmygech, dirmyged, dirmygith, dirmygo, dirmygent, dirmyger, dirmyges, dirmygest, dirmyget, dirmygi, dirmygid, dirmygiff, dirmygir, dibrisiech, dirmygen, dirmygoch, dirmygodd, dirmygom, dirmygon, dirmygont, dirmygwch, dirmygwn, dirmygwyd, ddibrisiem, dirmygych, ddibrisia, ddibrisia’, ddibrisiaf, ddibrisiai, ddibrisiais, ddibrisiaist, ddibrisian, ddibrisiasai, ddibrisiasant, ddibrisiasech, ddibrisiasem, ddibrisiasent, ddibrisiasid, ddibrisiasit, ddibrisiasoch, ddibrisiasom, ddibrisiaswn, ddibrisid, ddibrisiech, ddibrisiodd, ddibrisiom, ddibrisien, ddibrisient, ddibrisier, ddibrisies, ddibrisiest, ddibrisiet, ddibrisiff, ddibrisio, ddibrisioch, ddibrisi, ddibrisied, ddibrision, ddibrisiont, ddibrisir, ddibrisith, ddibrisiwch, ddibrisiwn, ddibrisiwyd, ddibrisiwyf, ddibrisiych, ddirmygasem, ddirmygaf, ddirmygai, ddirmygais, ddirmygaist, ddirmygan, ddirmygant, ddirmygasai, ddirmygasant, ddirmygasech, ddirmygych, ddirmygasent, ddirmygasid, ddirmygasit, ddirmygasoch, ddirmygasom, ddirmygaswn, ddirmygech, ddirmyged, ddirmygem, ddirmygo, ddirmygoch, ddirmygent, ddirmyger, ddirmyges, ddirmygest, ddirmyget, ddirmygid, ddirmygiff, ddirmygir, ddirmygith, dibrisiodd, ddirmygen, ddirmygodd, ddirmygom, ddirmygon, ddirmygont, ddirmygwch, ddirmygwn, ddirmygwyd, ddirmygwyf
Despise :
dirmygu
- dirmygudirmygedigdespisesdespising
 

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Verb(1) look down on with disdain

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(1) She would hate and despise him for it, not to mention that it showed he was weak.(2) We should be contemptuous of their presumption; we should despise their new wealth.(3) I despise cowards(4) I could tell them why they could hate and despise others, but that is not leadership.(5) It is possible to fault the ruling class without despising the entire people.(6) He never quite grew out of despising his audience.(7) You can't help but love that angry loner who absolutely despises Christmas.(8) So while this work is unlikely to move ÔÇÿtroubled friends and educated despisers ,ÔÇÖ it will benefit pastors, church discussion groups, and first-year theology classes.(9) A despiser of Western religions, he was an ardent polygamist, convinced that promiscuity was man's natural birthright.(10) Within two days I started despising them and feeling slightly guilty about my earlier reaction.(11) She despises the old order, but equally fears and loathes the new lack of order.(12) In which case, maybe despising that humanity makes sense after all.(13) I know all about despising other nationalities.(14) Consequently, they often went about doing things they resented doing, and then went home despising themselves for behaving as they had done.(15) The sociological truism is that a societal order is shored up by its legitimations, which provide the defenses against its despisers .(16) He loathes war and militarism, and despises chauvinism in every form.
Synonyms
Verb
1. detest ::
detest
2. hate ::
casineb
3. loathe ::
gyndyn
4. abhor ::
ffiaidd ganddynt
5. execrate ::
execrate
6. deplore ::
yn gresynu
7. dislike ::
ddim yn hoffi
8. scorn ::
gwawd
9. disdain ::
disdain
10. look down on ::
edrych lawr ar
11. deride ::
gwawdio'r
12. sneer at ::
sneer ar
13. revile ::
revile
14. spurn ::
spurn
15. shun ::
shun
16. abominate ::
abominate
17. contemn ::
dirmyga
Antonyms
1. love ::
cariad
Different Forms
despise, despised, despises, despising
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

You all despise me.

You all DESPISE me.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5


The lords of Westeros despise her.

The lords of Westeros DESPISE her.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 2


Two women to despise me
and a whole kingdom to join them.

Two women to DESPISE me and a whole kingdom to join them.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7


Cersei Lannister,
a queen whose people despise her?

Cersei Lannister, a queen whose people DESPISE her?

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6


You must despise him.
You\'re working so hard to undermine him.

You must DESPISE him. You're working so hard to undermine him.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 4


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