English to Latvian Meaning of harangue - spriedelēšana

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Definitions of harangue in English
Noun(1) a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
Verb(1) deliver a harangue to; address forcefully
Examples of harangue in English
(1) Sun boss Scott McNealy gave the DoJ his lengthiest harangue at the company's AGM for stockholders yesterday.(2) they were subjected to a ten-minute harangue by two border guards(3) When he finished his lengthy harangue , everyone left, and Lohia wandered over to the nearest paanwallah to ask if Hanif was out yet.(4) Sayle's prose is the same mixture as before - darkly comic harangues interspersed with infomercials about politics, fashion, and the world of celebrity.(5) The truth is, though, that neither Churchill's historical studies nor his sectarian harangues have much to do with why his name now roils two college campuses 1,700 miles apart.(6) Ali, however, was on good terms, both with the gatekeepers and the guards, both of whom hailed and harangued him in a friendly manner as he stopped briefly to speak with them.(7) ÔÇÿThese are the haranguers , the reminders, the people who will constantly do this stuff,ÔÇÖ he said.(8) When I go to meetings I get harangued by the public about speeding vehicles and by people asking for speed cameras to be installed.(9) They forbade ÔÇÿpolitical speeches, harangues , or canvassing among the troops.ÔÇÖ(10) There's not a tradition of left-wing rabbis on the radio haranguing people.(11) It is easy to get sucked up into the harangues of Rockwell and company when one has limited knowledge of the conditions and behaviour that made such legislation necessary.(12) For the past decade they have travelled the world, haranguing its leaders about the effects of globalisation, campaigning for ÔÇÿfair tradeÔÇÖ and chanting about the dangers of climate change.(13) Which is why my harangues in defense of the President's Bioethics Council have bordered on outright rants.(14) In the opening stages of the series, O'Connor sought to demonstrate his peerless courage and wit by ostentatiously haranguing the children and housewives who appeared before him for their musical shortcomings.(15) She would be haranguing me about my ancient dress sense.(16) Yes, he's a well-compensated good soldier, but that hardly seems to hinder half of this league's haranguers , so give the man his props.
(1) happy hour ::
laimīgā stunda
(2) very happy ::
ļoti priecīgs
(3) happy ending ::
laimīgas beigas
(4) happy day ::
priecīga diena
(5) happy end ::
laimīgas beigas
(6) happy life ::
laimīga dzīve
(7) feel happy ::
jūtos laimīgs
(8) happy-go-lucky ::
(9) make happy ::
padarīt laimīgu
(10) stay happy ::
palikt laimīgs
1. tirade ::
2. diatribe ::
atmaskojoša runa
3. lecture ::
4. polemic ::
5. rant ::
skaļas frāzes
7. broadside ::
kuģa borts
8. attack ::
9. onslaught ::
10. criticism ::
11. condemnation ::
12. censure ::
13. admonition ::
14. sermon ::
16. speech ::
17. blast ::
18. philippic ::
asa, atmaskojoša runa
19. rant at ::
skaļas frāzes at
20. hold forth to ::
spriedelēt uz
21. lecture ::
22. shout at ::
kliegt uz
23. berate ::
24. criticize ::
25. attack ::
26. sound off at ::
skaņu off
27. mouth off to ::
mute off
Different Forms
harangue, harangued, harangues, haranguing
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