"agraviar" English translation

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"agraviar" in English

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[agraviando|agraviado] {transitive verb}

1. general

Es natural, y probablemente una obligación, que aquéllos que han sido agraviados acudan a los tribunales como extrema ratio, como órgano supremo de toma de decisiones en un momento tan importante.
It is natural, and probably a duty, for those who find themselves injured to go before the courts as the extrema ratio, as the supreme decision-making body for such an important decision.
Comisario, ¿cómo reparar este agravio histórico?
How, Commissioner, is that historic wrong to be righted?
(EL) Señora Presidenta, baronesa Ashton, creo tiene razón al sentirse agraviada por las críticas que se han lanzado contra usted.
(EL) Madam President, Baroness Ashton, I think that you are right to feel wronged by the criticism levelled against you.
A menudo, un odio acendrado contra los conquistadores y los opresores encendía los ánimos de los agraviados (así veían Anibal y Mithidrates a los romanos).
Often overwhelming hatred against the conquerors and oppressors filled the souls of those being wronged - this is how Hannibal and Mithidrates saw the Romans.

2. trademark: "persona", formal

agraviar
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to affront [affronted|affronted] {vb} [form.] [idiom]
Los ciudadanos nos dicen que es una afrenta a su soberanía; opinan que se los está excluyendo, y que se sienten profundamente agraviados.
The citizens tell us that it is an affront to their sovereignty; they feel that they are being excluded, and they feel deeply aggrieved.

Context sentences for "agraviar" in English

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Spanish¿Para qué agraviar a los votantes hablando de la supremacía de la legislación de la UE, cuando esa supremacía ya existe de facto?
Why upset the voters with talk of the supremacy of EU law when that supremacy already exists de facto?