Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Criticize"

The meaning of "Criticize" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does criticize mean?
A: आलोचना करना किसी चीज में दोषों को इंगित करना है।

कुछ उदाहरण:

"मेरी माँ ने गन्दा कमरा रखने के लिए मेरी आलोचना की"

"मेरे बॉस ने हमेशा देर से आने के लिए मेरी आलोचना की"



हमेशा आलोचना करना बुरी बात नहीं है। रचनात्मक आलोचना तब होती है जब आप किसी को उनके कार्यों में सुधार के लिए सुझाव दे रहे होते हैं।

कुछ उदाहरण:

"मेरी माँ ने मुझे रचनात्मक आलोचना दी कि मैं अपने कमरे को कैसे साफ रख सकता हूँ"

"मेरे बॉस ने मुझे रचनात्मक आलोचना दी कि मैं समय पर काम पर कैसे आना शुरू कर सकता हूं"
Q: What does criticize mean?
A: to say why something is bad or wrong
Q: What does criticize mean?
A: usually finding faults about someone or disaproving with them.
example: Insulting someone.
or.
To not agree with someone.

Example sentences using "Criticize"

Q: Please show me example sentences with criticize.
A: You could criticize someone‘s work and tell them what they could do better next time
Q: Please show me example sentences with criticize.
A: she took an audition today. The judges criticized her skills

Synonyms of "Criticize" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between criticize and condemn ?
A: Criticize= point out the negative aspects of something
Condemn=say that something is bad overall, immoral, wrong

I don’t want to criticize the movie too harshly because I like the director, but there were some parts I didn’t like.

My parents are always criticizing me. They never pay attention to the good things I do.

The movie condemns abortion by making the main character a villain.

My parents condemn my decision to marry someone twice my age.
Q: What is the difference between criticize and reproach ?
A: Yes!! You got it!! :)
Q: What is the difference between #1 criticize and #2 critique ?
A: criticize = rude
critique = helpful
Q: What is the difference between criticize and blame and accuse ?
A: Criticize is usually used when you judge somebody or their work, so for example "They criticized her art". When you blame someone or accuse them of something, it means that you believe they are the reason something bad happened, for example "They all blame him for breaking the vase" or "She was accused of stealing". Hope that helps! :)
Q: What is the difference between criticized and judged ?
A: When you criticize somebody, you are literally saying things that are wrong with them.
When you judge somebody, you don't usually say anything, but you make a (usually negative) opinion of them.
For example, if I saw somebody on the street who was being really noisy and inconsiderate, I might judge him. I would think that he isn't really nice or thoughtful, because he is disrupting others. However, I might not criticize him, unless I was talking about him to my friends later.

Translations of "Criticize"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? criticized
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? criticize
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? criticized
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Other questions about "Criticize"

Q: You will criticize it. Does this sound natural?
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce criticize.
A: Hope this helps! ☆
Q: I'm just criticizing you because I want you to be successful.
Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds natural.
Alternatively add “I am only” for a friendlier tone.
“I’m just” sounds short and harsh.

I am only criticising you because I want you to be successful.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce criticize.
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Q: firmly criticize
decidedly criticize

which one is more natural?

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