What is the Meaning of: Denunciation | Concept and Definition of: Denunciation

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use

The word condemnation comes from the concept latin reprobatĭo and refers to the action and the effect of reprobate. This verb (from latin reprobāre), for its part, means not to approve or disapprove. However, to understand accurately the sense of disapproval, it must first know what means trust. "
This is another concept also of Latin origin: approbāre. Approve, is to consider something or someone as good, fair, satisfactory or even commendable. It means also to be of the same opinion that someone or agree to something.
In other words, denounce means disapprove or not to consent an action any. Reprobate, it also does not permit something by legal or administrative decision.
The idea of disapproval could be used in the context of education regarding the notes to events, courses or repetition of students. However, the correct terms in this context are fail, intensify or not be admitted. In the case where the student is not admitted, i.e., not approved, it is obliged to repeat the test or the academic year in question to be able to continue his studies. Among the factors of school failure, it is necessary to mention a few: the difficulty of materials, lack of motivation or understanding information and sometimes subjective evaluation of teachers.
To return to the true use of the term in everyday life, the notion of denunciation has to do also with the reproach to someone. Examples: «my father disapproved my pregnancy», «I disagree that you do more speak to your sister», "project has been deprecated by the investors.
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