criticise criticise


  1. (v) find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws
  2. (v) act as a critic



  1. It is easy to criticise, it is difficult to create.
  2. I do not criticise people.
  3. I cannot criticise Mr Simon Elegent that much because the ethic composition was not published back then.


  • Grosjean denies reverting to 2012 'nutcase'

    Jun.7 (GMM) Romain Grosjean has hit back at suggestions he has reverted to the much-derided 'nutcase' of 2012, insisting F1 drivers should be racing hard. After Monaco, Frenchman Grosjean - penalised ten grid places at Montreal for his crash with Daniel Ricciardo - and Sergio Perez were heavily criticised for their racing antics. "People like to write and talk, it's never ... Keep reading
    on June 7, 2013     Source:


  1. "We continue to object to and criticise actions by Russia which we believe are wrong and on the top of the list is the invasion and occupation of Georgia," Mrs Clinton assured Mr Saakashvili yesterday.
    on Jul 5, 2010 By: Hillary Rodham Clinton Source: Irish Times

  2. "It was one of those freak things, I don't think you can criticise the keeper. People have been talking about the ball and it is tricky," said Gerrard. "Rob will learn from this and he might make an important save that wins us a match. We're...
    on Jun 13, 2010 By: Steven Gerrard Source: AsiaOne

  3. "I don't know where Dick Cheney has been," said Biden. "It's one thing to criticise. It's another thing to rewrite history. What is he talking about?"
    on Feb 14, 2010 By: Joe Biden Source: The Guardian

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