intimidar


intimidar
v.
to intimidate.
Su demencia asusta a María His lunacy scares Mary.
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intimidar
verbo transitivo
1 to intimidate
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verb
to intimidate
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1.
VT to intimidate, scare
2.
See:
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verbo transitivo
a) (atemorizar) to intimidate
b) (amenazar) to threaten
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= browbeat, intimidate, daunt, bully, make + things scary for, sandbag.
Ex. Care must be exercised in seeing that these teaching aids do not become weapons to browbeat with.
Ex. Older people have suffered some losses in sensory and physical capacity, and newer teaching techniques might intimidate them.
Ex. Scientists are well aware of the vast amount of primary material available and are daunted by it.
Ex. The director returned to his paperwork, nothing in his heart but hot shame at having permitted himself to be bullied into submission by this disagreeable public official.
Ex. The article has the title 'Things that go bump in the night: net newbies are maturing -- and making things scary for the traditionals'.
Ex. Bill Clinton did not get sandbagged; he knew exactly what he was doing.
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* sin dejarse intimidar por = undaunted by.
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verbo transitivo
a) (atemorizar) to intimidate
b) (amenazar) to threaten
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= browbeat, intimidate, daunt, bully, make + things scary for, sandbag.

Ex: Care must be exercised in seeing that these teaching aids do not become weapons to browbeat with.

Ex: Older people have suffered some losses in sensory and physical capacity, and newer teaching techniques might intimidate them.
Ex: Scientists are well aware of the vast amount of primary material available and are daunted by it.
Ex: The director returned to his paperwork, nothing in his heart but hot shame at having permitted himself to be bullied into submission by this disagreeable public official.
Ex: The article has the title 'Things that go bump in the night: net newbies are maturing -- and making things scary for the traditionals'.
Ex: Bill Clinton did not get sandbagged; he knew exactly what he was doing.
* sin dejarse intimidar por = undaunted by.

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intimidar [A1 ]
vt
los intimidó con una pistola he threatened them with a pistol
quiso intimidarlo con sus amenazas she hoped to intimidate him with her threats
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intimidar (conjugate intimidar) verbo transitivo
a) (atemorizar) to intimidate

b) (amenazar) to threaten

intimidar verbo transitivo to intimidate
'intimidar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
convencionalismo
English:
bully
- cow
- daunt
- intimidate
- brow
- over
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intimidar vt
to intimidate;
es tan serio que intimida it's frightening how serious he is;
nos intimidó con un cuchillo he threatened us with a knife
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intimidar
v/t intimidate
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intimidar vt
acobardar: to intimidate
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intimidar vb to intimidate

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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