reprimand en Inglés
v. rebuke, admonish, scold, reprove
In fact, the argument interrupted the love idyll between me and Sandro, who didn't stand up for me (maybe due to too much love for his mother) and even reprimanded me for raising my voice with his dear mum.
The teacher reprimands the student for his bad behavior.
"I am familiar with Kemmler's disciples," she said, though her tone was more one of agreement than reprimand.
The restraining role that the community once played is losing its force as adults become reluctant to reprimand other people's unruly children.
Well, I spent the rest of the money on such an orgy that the new major was obliged to reprimand me.
James had a great fear of making mistakes in class and being reprimanded.
The manager reprimanded the man by pounding on the table.
The manager reprimanded the man who was pounding on the table.
(The President interrupted the speaker to reprimand some Members who were causing a disturbance)
And if Ireland is not given a reprimand now, it will be very difficult to criticise the policy of Member States in future.