English translation of 'Trotz'
masculine nounWord forms: Trotzes genitive, no plural
(= trotziges Verhalten) contrariness
jdm/einer Sache zum Trotz in defiance of sb/sth
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'Trotz' in Other Languages
British English: despite /dɪˈspaɪt/ PREPOSITION
If you say that one thing is true despite another thing, it's a surprise to you that the first thing is true.
The party was fun, despite the rain.
- American English: despite
- Arabic: بِالرَّغْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: apesar de
- Chinese: 尽管
- Croatian: unatoč
- Czech: navzdory
- Danish: på trods af
- Dutch: ondanks
- European Spanish: a pesar de
- Finnish: jostakin huolimatta
- French: malgré
- German: trotz
- Greek: παρά εναντιωματικό
- Italian: nonostante
- Japanese: ･･･にもかかわらず
- Korean: ...에도 불구하고
- Norwegian: på tross av
- Polish: pomimo
- European Portuguese: apesar de
- Romanian: în pofida
- Russian: несмотря на
- Spanish: a pesar de
- Swedish: trots även om
- Thai: แม้ว่า
- Turkish: karşın
- Ukrainian: незважаючи на
- Vietnamese: mặc dù
British English: notwithstanding PREPOSITION
If something is true notwithstanding something else, it is true in spite of that other thing.
He despised the man, notwithstanding the similar views they both held.
British English: defiance NOUN
Defiance is behaviour or an attitude which shows that you are not willing to obey someone.
...his courageous defiance of the government.
Translation of Trotz from the Collins German to English Dictionary