Spanish translation of 'sanction'
- (= approval)
- (= penalty)
sanción f(especially politics) sanctions
⇒ to impose economic sanctions on or against
imponer sanciones económicas a or contra
- (= approve, authorize)
- (= penalize)
- See sanction busting
Example Sentences Including 'sanction'
My pallor attracted their tut-tutting sanction , and caused them to recommend the red meat that never passed their own lips.LEARNING TO TALK: Short stories (2003)
It had been one of her father's last acts before he died to sanction their engagement.Dreams of Innocence
Basically, he was asking me to sanction his decision to divorce and so, indirectly, I did.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
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Translation of sanction from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary