Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

perjudicar in English:

1. impair

Lack of sleep can seriously impair reactions.
impair the image

English word "perjudicar"(impair) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Verses" (Edith Wharton)
Fichas del libro - "A Guest of Ganymede" (C. C. Ma...
Fichas del libro - "Rhymes of the Rockies" (James ...
Fichas del libro - "Our Friend the Dog" (Maurice M...
Fichas del libro - "The Religious Situation" (Gold...

2. prejudice

I don't have a prejudice against foreign workers.
Ethnic minorities struggle against prejudice and poverty.
There is no denying the fact that no one is free from racial prejudice.
His action sprang from prejudice.
Mrs Cockburn concealed her name lest the knowledge of her sex and youth should produce a prejudice against her work.
He has a prejudice against jazz.
He has a prejudice against Jews.
Intellectually we know prejudice is wrong.
He had a prejudice against women drivers.
He is not a person who has strong racial prejudice.
They contended against prejudice.
We shouldn't have any prejudice.
His opinion is free from prejudice.

English word "perjudicar"(prejudice) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Poems" (Jamie Harris Coleman)
Fichas del libro - "Pioneer Life in Illinois" (F. ...
society and living standards
Personal Values