Spanish translation of 'clamp down'
intransitive verb + adverb
⇒ to clamp down (on)[tax evasion, crime etc]
poner frenos (a),
tomar fuertes medidas (contra)
Example Sentences Including 'clamp down'
Mother didn't clamp down on him nearly hard enough if you ask me...' Jo inspected her beer bottle.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
I could feel myself lshivering slightly and had to clamp down hard on my teeth to keep them from chattering.Doubtful Motives
'One or two still seemed to be functioning, but I know the official party line is to clamp down on religious observances of any sort.THE KEYS OF HELL (2002)
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Translation of clamp down from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary