Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But when added to a name, it is used derogatorily.
The term is sometimes used derogatorily, for both female and male attendants.
However, the same term can also be applied derogatorily to any foreign military which was an enemy to China.
If anyone else spoke to Scott so derogatorily, there would be instant conflict.
Sometimes used derogatorily to refer to the large immigrant population in the city of London.
In the past, they were also derogatorily called Hottentots.
The term is also humorously (or derogatorily) applied to any actor.
The first was total independence, which de Gaulle called, derogatorily, "secession".
He responded: "That was never meant derogatorily, it was a simple description of the structure."
America may have been considered the cause of what came to be known derogatorily as Fordism, but it was also home to jazz.
The second was total integration, which, equally derogatorily, he called "francisation".
Later, crioulos was used to refer, derogatorily, to all people of African ancestry.
"I guess that's meant derogatorily," she said, clearly annoyed, and went on to praise him as "brilliant" in a variety of ways.
Hence, political speeches or conventions may be derogatorily referred to as "infomercials" for a specific point of view.
In modern usage, sophism, sophist and sophistry are used derogatorily.
Both were used derogatorily by other soldiers, and were not used by the division itself.
Down syndrome, derogatorily referred to as "potatoes"
She herself would go on to receive similar criticism for her derogatorily titled novel, "Dogeaters".
I didn't mean that remark derogatorily.
A strikebreaker (sometimes derogatorily called a scab or a blackleg) is a person who works despite an ongoing strike.
Mainlander is also occasionally used derogatorily.
Capanahua speakers and people are referred to derogatorily as "Capachos".
The unemotional, dry personal qualities of detectives-spec causes most to derogatorily refer to them as "crackers".
Leavers as people of all other cultures; often derogatorily referred to by Takers as "primitive."
California became known elsewhere in the U.S. often derogatorily, as the "land of fruits and nuts."
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