scold

scold
1. transitive verb
schelten (geh.); ausschimpfen (for wegen)

she scolded him for coming late — sie schimpfte ihn aus od. schalt ihn, weil er zu spät kam

2. intransitive verb
schimpfen

scolding wife — zänkische Ehefrau

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[skəuld]
verb
(to criticize or blame loudly and angrily: She scolded the child for coming home so late.) ausschelten
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scold
[skəʊld, AM skoʊld]
I. vt
to \scold sb jdn ausschimpfen
the president was \scolded publicly der Präsident wurde öffentlich kritisiert
II. n (dated: woman) zänkisches Weib pej fam, Xanthippe f pej
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[skəʊld]
1. vt
(aus)schelten, ausschimpfen (for wegen)

she scolded him for coming home late — sie schimpfte ihn aus, weil er so spät heimgekommen war

2. vi
schimpfen
3. n
(= person) Beißzange f (inf); (= woman also) Xanthippe f (inf)
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scold [skəʊld]
A v/t jemanden (aus)schelten, auszanken (beide:
for wegen)
B v/i
1. schimpfen (at über akk):
scold at A
2. obs keifen
C s zänkisches Weib, Zankteufel m pej
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1. transitive verb
schelten (geh.); ausschimpfen (for wegen)

she scolded him for coming late — sie schimpfte ihn aus od. schalt ihn, weil er zu spät kam

2. intransitive verb
schimpfen

scolding wife — zänkische Ehefrau

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v.
ausschimpfen v.
schelten v.
(§ p.,pp.: schalt, gescholten)
zanken v.

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