English to Danish Meaning :: deplore

Deplore :
- beklagebeklagebeklagedebeklagerbeklager
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Adjective(1) Of very poor quality or condition(2) Bringing or deserving severe rebuke or censure(3) Bad(4) Unfortunate(5) Shameful

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(1) Both sides made enough chances, but the finishing was deplorable , but strangely when the odd score came the quality was top drawer.(2) The game was played in deplorable weather conditions and in the end Galway emerged victorious by a point.(3) Refugees have to live in most deplorable conditions human beings can face.(4) Older people in the locality cannot recollect the roads ever having been in a more deplorable condition.(5) They fail to realize that elderly people, when reduced to a deplorable state of solitude, have all the more need for someone to talk to and interact with.(6) U251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510I think it is a deplorable state of affairs,u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb he told the town council.(7) He said that the minister had himself once visited the center and seen the deplorable condition of the road but no action had been taken even then.(8) The bins could do with a good hosing down, they are in a deplorable condition.(9) Although not as large an operation as a puppy mill, backyard breeders often possess the same deplorable conditions.(10) An official, who requested anonymity, said the school was closed one week earlier last term because of the deplorable conditions.(11) Many live without electricity and work in deplorable conditions.(12) Most, especially men, drank to escape deplorable housing conditions and the desperation of a life going nowhere.(13) During the past two days, residents have been setting fires on the streets to highlight deplorable living conditions.(14) Its focus has changed, that's all: it's no longer praise for conduct seen as admirable, but condemnation of antics seen as deplorable .(15) The sanitary conditions are deplorable and there are no separate toilets for women.(16) The killing of innocents is deplorable and appalling in any part of the world.
1. Lament
2. Bewail
3. Bemoan
4. Abhor
5. Carry on
6. Censure
7. Complain
8. Cry
9. Denounce
10. Deprecate
11. Hate
12. Hurt
13. Moan
14. Mourn
15. Repent
16. Rue
17. Take on
18. Weep
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