Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
On the other hand, this new symbol is derogatively called the melono (melon) by some.
His appearance, to begin with, was questionable, and visitors, being shown round the garden, had been known to remark upon it derogatively sometimes.
Nowadays the term 'comrade' with which pupils addressed each other in class debates is only mentioned derogatively.
These small investor groups, known derogatively as patent trolls, acquire patents, seek payment for their use and sue those who will not pay.
During its short lifetime, the arena was known derogatively as the Jinx Bowl, as no titleholder ever won there.
The Yarra River has been derogatively called "the river that runs upside down", a jibe at its high turbidity.
Musicologists derogatively termed this genre as arabesque due to the high pitched wailing that is synonymous with Arabic singing.
In a series of assemblies, the Croquants, as they were derogatively called, worked on a military plan for action and successfully expelled the garrisons from their lands.
The term is used derogatively by anthropologists, for to go native is to lose the perspective, the observer status that is essential to the practice of any science.
According to Fray (Friar) Martín Coruña, it was a term the natives used derogatively for the Spaniards.
Fritz Wittels used the term 'Neo-Adlerian' to refer derogatively to the Neo-Freudians, due to their emphasis on the social aspects of psychology.
For example an individual who moved to Kabooch could retain the unique identity, leading perhaps derogatively, to the reference of skin rashes that develop on kids heads as 'Kaboochek'.
The resemblance, however, was far from being obvious to everyone and the design was quickly derogatively nicknamed "Pac Man" due to some common traits with the famous video game.
Owing to Rococo love of shell-like curves and focus on decorative arts, some critics used the term to derogatively imply that the style was frivolous or merely modish.
It has been criticised over the years for being over-the-top, superficial and frivolous; in such a way, the term has even been used derogatively in various points of history.
The term PMC is often used to name, derogatively, the collusion between governments or individual politicians and the media industry in an attempt to manipulate rather than inform the people.
They were derogatively called Judaizers, and even Paul used this term against Jesus's student Peter in public according to Young's Literal Translation of Gal 2:14:
Countries which rely on only a few exports for much of their income are very vulnerable to changes in the market value of those commodities and are often derogatively called banana republics.
The word "gringo", often used derogatively, is common in Latin American Spanish and has entered into other languages including English, in which language it is recorded as early as 1871.
According to Rowling, to characters for whom wizarding blood purity matters, Lily would be considered "as loathsome as a Muggle", and derogatively referred to as a "Mudblood".
The movement has evoked comparisons with the Hitler Youth in the mainstream media to the extent that Nashi, together with other pro-Putin youth organizations, were derogatively nicknamed Putinjugend.
Previously, the Bukusu were referred to as the 'Kitosh' by the colonialists; this was a word derived from the Nandi and Kwavi who used the word derogatively describe the Babukusu.
As it decayed, it became known derogatively by locals as The White Elephant in the 1940s and by the 1950s, like many buildings in Melbourne of that time it was earmarked for replacement by office blocks.