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Principal Translations
scold [sb] vtrtransitive verb: Verb taking a direct object--for example, "Say something." "She found the cat." (rebuke, usu. a child) (niños)regañar a vtr + prep
Additional Translations
scold nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (person who finds fault)mañoso, mañosa nm, nfnombre masculino, nombre femenino: Sustantivo que varía en género ("alumno", "alumna"; "doctor", "doctora").
  gruñón, gruñona nm, nfnombre masculino, nombre femenino: Sustantivo que varía en género ("alumno", "alumna"; "doctor", "doctora").
 Cathy is a scold; she's always finding fault with people.
scold viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived." (use harsh words)rezongar viverbo intransitivo: Verbo que no requiere de un objecto directo (Él no llegó", "corrí a casa").
  retar a vtr + prep
 It wasn't Rick's fault he was late getting home, but his father didn't want to listen to his excuses; he just stood there and scolded.
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Collocations: scolded her [children, students, husband], she was scolded by her [mother], scolded her for [doing, going, having], more...

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