condemn – potępiać

condemn – potępiać

verb /kənˈdem/
condemned, past participle; condemned, past tense; condemning, present participle; condemns, 3rd person singular present

Express complete disapproval of, typically in public; censure
– fair-minded people declined to condemn her on mere suspicion

Find (someone) guilty of a criminal act or wrong

Sentence (someone) to a particular punishment, esp. death
– the rebels had been condemned to death
– the condemned men

Officially declare (something, esp. a building) to be unfit for use
– the pool has been condemned as a health hazard

Prove or show the guilt of
– she could see in his eyes that her stumble had condemned her

(of circumstances) Force (someone) to endure something unpleasant or undesirable
– the physical ailments that condemned him to a lonely childhood

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