English translation of 'exigir'
exigir que alguém faça algo to demand that sb do sth
o médico exigiu-lhe repouso absoluto the doctor ordered him to have complete rest
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'exigir' in Other Languages
British English: demand /dɪˈmɑːnd/ VERB
If you demand something such as information or action, you ask for it in a very forceful way.
He demanded that I give him an answer.
- American English: demand
- Arabic: يَطْلُبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: demandar
- Chinese: 要求
- Croatian: zahtijevati
- Czech: požadovat
- Danish: kræve
- Dutch: eisen
- European Spanish: exigir
- Finnish: vaatia käskeä
- French: exiger
- German: fordern
- Greek: απαιτώ
- Italian: richiedere
- Japanese: 要求する
- Korean: 요구하다
- Norwegian: kreve
- Polish: zażądać
- European Portuguese: exigir
- Romanian: a cere
- Russian: требовать
- Spanish: exigir
- Swedish: begära
- Thai: ต้องการ
- Turkish: talep etmek
- Ukrainian: вимагати
- Vietnamese: yêu cầu
British English: exact VERB
When someone exacts something, they demand and obtain it from another person, especially because they are in a superior or more powerful position.
Already he has exacted a written apology from the chairman of the commission.
British English: necessitate VERB
If something necessitates an event, action, or situation, it makes it necessary.
A prolonged drought had necessitated the introduction of water rationing.
Translation of exigir from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary