backbit


backbit
apmelošana, neslavas celšana; apmelot, celt neslavu

English-Latvian dictionary. 2013.

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  • backbit — adj. slandered, disparaged, belittled backbit (backbite) v. slander one who is not present, gossip, disparage, libel back·bite || bækbaɪt v. slander one who is not present, gossip, disparage, libel …   English contemporary dictionary

  • backbite — backbiter, n. /bak buyt /, v., backbit, backbitten or (Informal) backbit; backbiting. v.t. 1. to attack the character or reputation of (a person who is not present). v.i. 2. to speak unfavorably or slanderously of a person who is not present.… …   Universalium

  • backbite — [c]/ˈbækbaɪt / (say bakbuyt) verb (backbit, backbitten or, Colloquial, backbit, backbiting) –verb (t) 1. to attack the character or reputation of secretly. –verb (i) 2. to speak evil of the absent; gossip. –backbiter, noun –backbiting, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • backbite — [bak′bīt΄] vt., vi. backbit [bak′bit΄] backbitten [bak′bit΄ n] or backbit, backbiting [ME bakbiten: see BACK1 & BITE] to speak maliciously about (an absent person); slander backbiter [bak′bīt΄ər] n …   English World dictionary

  • Dieudonné, Albert — (November 26, 1889, Paris, France March 19, 1976, Paris, France)    The nephew of stage actor Alphonse Dieudonné, he was the pupil of Paul Mounet at the Paris Dramatic Art Conservatory and started out at age nineteen at the Théâtre des Arts. From …   Encyclopedia of French film directors