Spanish translation of 'intimidate'
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Example Sentences Including 'intimidate'
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Yeah, he wants to follow close, but I can intimidate him real easy, and he won't like that.WITHOUT REMORSE (2001)
That's why I let you intimidate me the last time I tried to question you.THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSS (2001)
Female armour to intimidate the mere male that Adam Peters was.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2001)
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'intimidate' in Other Languages
British English: intimidate /ɪnˈtɪmɪˌdeɪt/ VERB
To intimidate someone means to frighten them, sometimes as a deliberate way of making them do something.
Many people feel intimidated by these teenage gangs.
- American English: intimidate
- Arabic: يُرْهِبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: intimidar
- Chinese: 胁迫
- Croatian: prestrašiti
- Czech: zastrašit
- Danish: intimidere
- Dutch: intimideren
- European Spanish: intimidar
- Finnish: pelotella
- French: intimider
- German: einschüchtern
- Greek: εκφοβίζω
- Italian: intimidire
- Japanese: おじけづかせる
- Korean: 위협하다
- Norwegian: true
- Polish: onieśmielić
- European Portuguese: intimidar
- Romanian: a intimida
- Russian: запугивать
- Spanish: intimidar
- Swedish: skrämma
- Thai: ข่มขู่คุกคาม
- Turkish: gözünü korkutmak
- Ukrainian: залякувати
- Vietnamese: đe dọa
Translation of intimidate from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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