Translation of "derisive" into Russian

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derisive [dɪˈraɪsɪv] adjective
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насмешливый
The People's Republic of China will not be threatened by derisive and unsubstantiated claims.
Китайская народная республика не будет угрожать насмешливыми и необоснованными претензиями.

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The People's Republic of China will not be threatened by derisive and unsubstantiated claims. Китайская народная республика не будет угрожать насмешливыми и необоснованными претензиями.
Evgeniy Satanovskiy, a Russian academic and frequent guest on Kiselyov’s program, recently also referred to Obama as a “monkey,” prompting derisive laughter and applause from the audience. Евгений Сатановский, российский ученый и частый гость программы Киселева, недавно назвал Обаму «обезьяной», чем вызвал иронический смех и аплодисменты зрителей.
The Russian response, accompanied by derisive rhetoric, came in classic tit-for-tat diplomatic fashion, with American officials and others soon identified as ineligible for Russian visas. Российский ответ, сопровождаемый насмешливыми высказываниями, был классической реакцией в дипломатическом формате по принципу «око за око, зуб за зуб»: Москва составила свой собственный список недостойных российских виз, куда вошли американские официальные лица и другие люди.
Napoleon – who started off as a would-be historian and only took to being emperor on account of getting derisive comments from an examiner on one of his essays (“a most pronounced dream”) – compared himself to, among others, Jesus, Muhammad, Alexander the Great, and Plato. Наполеон, который начинал как потенциальный историк, а императором решил стать лишь из-за того, что выслушал насмешливые высказывания от экзаменатора по поводу одного из своих сочинений («какие яркие мечтания!»), сравнивал себя, среди прочих, с Иисусом, с пророком Мухаммедом, с Александром Македонским и с Платоном.
When that expression was coined, it was derisive - like, "Oh, who would believe in a Big Bang?" Когда это выражение придумали, оно было ироничным - "мол, кто же поверит в Большой взрыв?"
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