"to incite" translation into Spanish


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"to incite" in Spanish

EN to incite
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[incited|incited] {verb}

to incite (also: to provoke)
to incite (also: to sharpen)
to incite
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citar [citando|citado] {v.t.} (toro)
The resolution has already been cited with the aim of inciting violence against my nation and against the radio station in question, which also has non-Catholic listeners.
Esa resolución ya se ha citado con el propósito de incitar a la violencia contra mi país y contra la emisora de radio en cuestión, que también cuenta con oyentes no católicos.
to incite (also: to stir up)
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soliviantar {v.t.} (masas, trabajadores)
to incite (also: to stir up)
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alborotar [alborotando|alborotado] {v.t.} (muchedumbre)
to incite
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fomentar [fomentando|fomentado] {v.t.} (disturbio, odio)
I have in mind content likely to deprave, to incite hatred or to promote criminal behaviour.
Me refiero a contenidos para pervertir, incitar al odio o fomentar comportamientos delictivos.
I consider it essential, if this state of affairs is to be brought to an end, for the international community not to prevaricate in the face of those who subsidise, promote and incite terrorism.
Para acabar con este estado de cosas, considero esencial que la comunidad internacional no se ande con rodeos frente a quienes financian, fomentan e incitan al terrorismo.

Context sentences for "to incite" in Spanish

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EnglishWe must overcome this and incite our governments to be European through and through.
Debemos ir más allá e instar a nuestros Gobiernos a que sean europeos hasta el fondo.
EnglishHowever, we must not become hysterical or incite unwarranted panic.
Por otra parte, no debemos ponernos histéricos ni dar pie a un pánico injustificado.
EnglishThis fact alone can incite us to the required degree and reduce our negligence to date.
Este mero hecho puede incitarnos suficientemente y reducir nuestra negligencia tradicional.
EnglishIn any case, Mr President, the Council's conclusions do not exactly incite optimism.
En todo caso, señor Presidente, las conclusiones del Consejo no incitan precisamente al optimismo.
EnglishStaying on is a fresh provocation that continues to incite protests.
Seguir allí es una nueva provocación que sigue incitando protestas.
EnglishThe fight against terrorism, and against those who incite it, is clearly a necessity.
Evidentemente, la lucha contra el terrorismo y contra aquellos que lo engendran constituye un imperativo.
EnglishThis should not incite either Council or Parliament to deprive them of the latest tools of their trade.
No por ello deben el Consejo o el Parlamento privarla de los instrumentos más recientes de su ramo.
EnglishFreedom and independence incite nations into action.
La libertad y la independencia llevan a los Estados a actuar.
EnglishAnd when they see a sign they incite one another to scoff,
y cuando reconocen un mensaje [divino], lo ridiculizan
EnglishNot only is it not accepted; if it is proceeded with, it will incite more Le Pens.
EnglishThey have the obligation to investigate racist attacks and to punish those who incite them or perpetrate them.
Tienen la obligación de investigar los ataques racistas y de castigar a quienes incitan a ellos o los perpetran.
EnglishOf course we want to protect children against adverts that incite violence and sexism, among other things.
Ciertamente deseamos proteger a los niños contra los anuncios que incitan a la violencia y al sexismo, entre otras cosas.
EnglishThe sometimes scandalous behaviour of the authorities must not incite us to showing more complaisance towards the Islamic terrorists.
El comportamiento, a veces escandaloso, del poder no debe incitarnos a ser tolerantes con los terroristas.
EnglishHe did formulate the obvious message that his government has the right to know what sections of the Islamic community support, or incite, violence.
La libertad de culto no puede ser nunca una licencia para minar nuestra sociedad europea en suelo europeo.
EnglishIt is therefore regrettable that even prominent people in Europe have recently made statements that incite hatred and violence.
Por tanto, es lamentable que incluso personalidades destacadas en Europa hayan hecho declaraciones que incitan al odio y la violencia.
EnglishI hope, moreover, that the advocates of peace and dialogue will ultimately succeed in prevailing over those that incite to violence and hatred.
Espero también que los partidarios de la paz y del diálogo podrán un día imponerse a los que preconizan la violencia e incitan al odio.
EnglishHe did formulate the obvious message that his government has the right to know what sections of the Islamic community support, or incite, violence.
Formuló el mensaje obvio de que su Gobierno tiene derecho a saber qué sectores de la comunidad islámica apoyan o incitan la violencia.
EnglishI welcome, therefore, EU countries working together to define and inflict heavy criminal penalties on those who incite terrorism.
Por lo tanto, me complace que los países de la UE trabajen conjuntamente para definir y aplicar sanciones penales severas a aquellos que induzcan al terrorismo.
EnglishTerrorist groups must be banned, and those who perpetrate violence, incite terrorism or give succour to terrorists should be tackled.
Los grupos terroristas han de ilegalizarse y debería perseguirse a aquellos que comenten actos violentos, inciten al terrorismo o socorran a los terroristas.
EnglishIt is not perfect, of course, but at least it pays attention to the problem of Islamists who incite to violence and call Muslims to jihad.
Por supuesto, no es perfecto, pero al menos dedica una cierta atención al problema de los islamistas que incitan a la violencia y hacen llamamientos a la yihad.