English to Samoan Meaning :: chide

Chide :
faitio
- faitiochidedchideschiding
 

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Verb(1) censure severely or angrily

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(1) His vigorously unconventional storytelling has earned him as many critics, who chide him for being overly clever and self-referential, as devotees.(2) They may chide occasionally but this is done from the perspective of the chidee rather than the chider .(3) The plump cook chided me, slapping my small hand away when it reached for one more chocolate chip cookie.(4) ÔÇÿNo, he didn't do that,ÔÇÖ Ryder's voice said chidingly , cutting into my thoughts.(5) ÔÇÿKate,ÔÇÖ she would say chidingly , ÔÇÿYou're so serious, so solemn for your age.ÔÇÖ(6) There used to be times when mothers chided children about bad handwriting.(7) She chides him for talking so philosophically.(8) The High Bailiff shall make a stool and mend the pillory to punish chiders and scolders by Christmas.(9) ÔÇÿYou're hurting me, you're hurting me,ÔÇÖ her daughter chides her.(10) The mayor also promises less services, and chides everyone for all our profligate ways in the past ten years.(11) He gently chided the organizers of another event, where he gave his talk in front of an empty wall.(12) The flock of chiders , complainers, carpers, cavilers, and castigators makes it harder and harder to get an optimistic note in edgewise.(13) The chiders labor under the misconception that ÔÇÿelectricityÔÇÖ is invariably made of negatively-charged particles called electrons.(14) ÔÇÿThat's not what I mean,ÔÇÖ I bite my nails nervously until Michael slaps my hand down, chidingly .(15) The judge chided the girls for rapping on the door at such a late hour.(16) Overwhelmed by this observation, I chided myself for never having noticed it before.
Synonyms
Verb
1. scold ::
ote
2. chastise ::
aoai
3. upbraid ::
aoaiina
4. berate ::
berate
5. reprimand ::
tautalaga
6. reprove ::
aʻoaʻi
7. rebuke ::
aoaiga
8. admonish ::
apoapoai
9. censure ::
fāitio
10. lambaste ::
lambaste
11. lecture ::
tautalaga
13. take to task ::
ave i galuega
15. tell off ::
taʻu ese
16. dress down ::
lavalava i lalo
17. bawl out ::
tagi mai
18. blow up at ::
ili i luga i
19. give someone an earful ::
tuuina atu e se tasi se earful
20. give someone a roasting ::
tuuina atu e se tagata se roasting
23. slap someone's wrist ::
pō tapulima o se tasi
24. rap over the knuckles ::
rap i le tuʻelima
25. give someone hell ::
tuuina atu seoli se tasi
26. take to the woodshed ::
ave i le woodshed
27. have a go at ::
maua se eo atu i
28. give someone what for ::
tuuina atu se tasi mea mo
29. chew out ::
lamuina mai
30. ream out ::
ream mai
31. castigate ::
castigate
32. chasten ::
aoaiina
33. reprehend ::
reprehend
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chide, chided, chides, chiding
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