rimproverare

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Ultimately from negation of Latin probō ‎(I test, approve), via Medieval Latin reimprobō ‎(I reprove). Compare French réprouver ‎(to reprove) from Late Latin reprobō ‎(I disapprove, condemn) and Spanish improbar ‎(to disapprove) from Latin improbō ‎(I disapprove, condemn).

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rimproverare

  1. (transitive) To scold, to reproach, to rebuke, to tell off, to berate, to reprove, to chastise, to upbraid

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