Condemn – Word of the Day for IELTS Speaking & Writing
Condemn (Verb) /kən’dem/
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Meaning: to express very strong disapproval of somebody/something, usually for moral reasons
- To strongly/roughly/publicly/openly condemn for (doing) something
- Be widely condemned
For IELTS Speaking: Tom has condemned me all day for not telling him the truth.
For IELTS Writing: A large number of people condemned the government for spending money on building more house in stead of investing in preserving the polluted local environment.
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