"amedrentar" English translation

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"amedrentar" in English

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[amedrentando|amedrentado] {verb}

1. general

We should not be intimidated by this.
Ceaucescu y sus socios destruyeron el país, arruinaron la economía, fragmentaron la sociedad y amedrentaron a los ciudadanos.
Ceaucescu and his associates destroyed the country, ruined its economy, fragmented its society and intimidated its citizens.
amedrentar (also: amilanar, asustar, atemorizar, arredrar)
amedrentar
Me gustaría hacer varias sugerencias, comenzando por el ámbito europeo, que podrían amedrentar a algunas de las personas que ya han intervenido.
I should like to make a few suggestions, starting at European level, which might frighten some who have already spoken.
Su poder procede de la intimidación y el asesinato, y desea imponer su propia visión distorsionada del Islam a una población amedrentada.
Its power comes from intimidation and murder and it wants to impose its own distorted view of Islam on a frightened population.

2. poetic

amedrentar (also: acobardar)

Context sentences for "amedrentar" in English

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SpanishEstá claro que ningún dictador se deja amedrentar por una actitud amenazante.
It is clear that a dictator cannot be cowed merely by aggressive posturing.
SpanishNuestra función es proteger los derechos básicos de nuestros ciudadanos y, al mismo tiempo, amedrentar al terrorismo.
Our role is to safeguard our citizens' basic rights and at the same time to discourage terrorism.
SpanishNo nos debemos dejar amedrentar por eso.
SpanishLa ampliación es un proceso muy serio no debe usarse para amedrentar a nadie -ni en la UE, ni en ningún país candidato.
Enlargement is indeed a very serious process and it will not be used for bullying anyone - not here in the EU and not in any aspirant country.
SpanishEs un Estado gobernado por la ignorancia que utiliza el palo de la religión, de la que saben muy poco, para amedrentar y aterrorizar a su propio pueblo.
It is a State run by ignorance using the stick of religion, of which they know little, to cower and terrorise their own people.
SpanishLos países de la Europa Central y Oriental no se dejan amedrentar por ello y nosotros, en el Parlamento Europeo, tampoco podemos dejarnos amedrentar por las tareas que nos aguardan.
The countries of central and eastern Europe, however, are not deterred by this, nor should we in the European Parliament be deterred by the magnitude of the tasks facing us.