abusive

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a·bu·sive

 (ə-byo͞o′sĭv, -zĭv)
adj.
1. Characterized by improper or wrongful use: abusive utilization of public funds.
2. Using or containing insulting or hurtful language: finally reprimanded the abusive colleague.
3. Causing physical injury to another: abusive punishment.
4. Relating to or practicing sexual abuse.

a·bu′sive·ly adv.
a·bu′sive·ness n.

abusive

(əˈbjuːsɪv)
adj
1. characterized by insulting or coarse language
2. characterized by maltreatment
3. incorrectly used; corrupt
aˈbusively adv
aˈbusiveness n

a•bu•sive

(əˈbyu sɪv)

adj.
1. using, containing, or characterized by harshly or coarsely insulting language.
2. treating badly or injuriously; mistreating, esp. physically: his abusive treatment of the horse.
3. wrongly used; corrupt: an abusive exercise of power.
[1575–85; < Late Latin]
a•bu′sive•ly, adv.
a•bu′sive•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.abusive - expressing offensive reproachabusive - expressing offensive reproach  
offensive - causing anger or annoyance; "offensive remarks"
2.abusive - characterized by physical or psychological maltreatmentabusive - characterized by physical or psychological maltreatment; "abusive punishment"; "argued...that foster homes are abusive"
harmful - causing or capable of causing harm; "too much sun is harmful to the skin"; "harmful effects of smoking"

abusive

abusive

adjective
Of, relating to, or characterized by verbal abuse:
Translations
بَذِيء، مُهِينفاحِش
hrubýsprostýurážlivý
brutalfornærmendefrækgrov
loukkaava
pogrdan
gyalázkodó
svívirîilegur
人を罵倒する
욕설을 퍼붓는
hanlivý
smädlig
ดูถูก
aşağılayıcıhakaret ediciküfürlüküfürlü, ağzı bozuk
nhục mạ

abusive

[əbˈjuːsɪv] ADJ
1. (= offensive) → ofensivo, insultante; [language] → lleno de insultos, injurioso
to be abusive to sbser grosero a algn, decir cosas injuriosas a algn (more frm)
to become abusiveponerse grosero
2. (physically) [person] → que maltrata; [relationship] → de malos tratos
3. (sexually) [person] → que abusa (sexualmente); [relationship] → de abuso sexual
4. [practice] → abusivo

abusive

[əˈbjuːsɪv] adj [person] (verbally)grossier/ière, injurieux/euse; (physically, mentally)violent(e); [language] → grossier/ière, injurieux/euse
abusive behaviour → comportement violent
to become abusive (verbally)
When I refused, he became abusive → Quand j'ai refusé, il s'est mis à m'injurier.; (physically)
When I refused, he became abusive → Quand j'ai refusé, il est devenu violent.
children with abusive parents → les enfants maltraités par leurs parents
to be in an abusive relationship → vivre une relation violente

abusive

adjbeleidigend; (Psych) person, relationshipabusiv; abusive languageBeschimpfungen pl, → Beleidigungen pl; children from an abusive homeKinder pl, → die zu Hause missbraucht werden/wurden; to be/become abusive (towards somebody)(jdm gegenüber) beleidigend or ausfallend sein/werden; he muttered something abusiveer murmelte etwas Beleidigendes; to get abusive (towards somebody)(jdm gegenüber) beleidigend or ausfallend werden

abusive

[əbˈjuːsɪv] adj (person) → villano/a; (language) → offensivo/a, ingiurioso/a

abuse

(əˈbjuːz) verb
1. to use wrongly, usually with harmful results. She abused her privileges by taking too long a holiday.
2. to insult or speak roughly to. She abused the servants.
(əˈbjuːs) noun
1. insulting language. He shouted abuse at her.
2. the wrong use of something. This toy has been subjected to a lot of abuse.
aˈbusive (-siv) adjective
using insulting language. He wrote an abusive letter to the manager.
aˈbusively adverb
aˈbusiveness noun

abusive

فاحِش hrubý brutal beleidigend βάναυσος insultante loukkaava injurieux pogrdan ingiurioso 人を罵倒する 욕설을 퍼붓는 grof støtende obelżywy abusivo оскорбительный smädlig ดูถูก küfürlü, ağzı bozuk nhục mạ 侵犯性的

abusive

adj abusivo