Spanish translation of 'relent'
- (= show compassion)
- (= let up)
- (figurative) [weather]
Example Sentences Including 'relent'
For weeks the two men had not spoken, but at last Christian had appeared to relent.When the Apricots Bloom
It states that, in a case of murder, the bereaved may relent , and accept compensation instead of revenge.Kara Kush
Joe would not relent and eventually the council sent a truck laden with chainsaws and two men in hard hats.SANDS OF TIME (2003)
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Translation of relent from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary