Spanish translation of 'crack down'
intransitive verb + adverb
⇒ to crack down (on sth/sb)
tomar medidas enérgicas or duras (contra algo/algn)
Example Sentences Including 'crack down'
the first to crack down on any hint of insubordination amongst the junior officers.Code Breaker
They'll crack down at the crossing points and make escape next to impossible.Wall Games
`But if we had guns," Hughes argued, `they'd crack down harder.The Scar
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Translation of crack down from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary