reprehension en Polaco

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We are pleased to observe in this regard that there is now universal reprehension of all forms of terrorism and greater determination in all international forums to take action to eradicate that menace.
pronunciation pronunciation
The application of disciplinary measures is decided by the Prison Establishment's Director taking into account the seriousness of the offence, the prisoner's behaviour and personality; such application should always be replaced by mere reprehension whenever that is sufficient.
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an act or expression of criticism and censure: criticism, monition, lecture, correction, admonition, rebuke, earful, what for, objurgation, scolding, going-over, unfavorable judgment, riot act, berating, chiding, speech, upbraiding, bawling out, chewing out, tongue-lashing, dressing down, talking to, reproof, reproval, reproach, blowing up, chastening, castigation, chastisement, reprimand, admonishment

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