English translation of 'sabotage'
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Car ça ne m'étonnerait pas que certains soient si désespérés qu'ils en arrivent à commettre des actes de sabotage.Le Monde (2003)
Et comment, à bout d'arguments, ils envisagent la solution désespérée du sabotage.Actuel
Il est chargé, comme ingénieur, d'organiser le sabotage des voies ferrées.Le Monde (1998)
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'sabotage' in Other Languages
British English: sabotage /ˈsæbəˌtɑːʒ/ NOUN
Sabotage is the deliberate damage or destruction of equipment or property which belongs to your enemy or opponent.
The oilfields were set ablaze in act of sabotage.
- American English: sabotage
- Arabic: عَمْلٌ تَخْرِيبِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sabotagem
- Chinese: 破坏
- Croatian: sabotaža
- Czech: sabotáž
- Danish: sabotage
- Dutch: sabotage
- European Spanish: sabotaje
- Finnish: sabotaasi
- French: sabotage
- German: Sabotage
- Greek: σαμποτάζ
- Italian: sabotaggio
- Japanese: 故意の破壊
- Korean: 방해 행위
- Norwegian: sabotasje
- Polish: sabotaż
- European Portuguese: sabotagem
- Romanian: sabotaj
- Russian: саботаж
- Spanish: sabotaje
- Swedish: sabotage
- Thai: การก่อวินาศกรรม
- Turkish: sabotaj
- Ukrainian: саботаж
- Vietnamese: sự phá hoại
Translation of sabotage from the Collins French to English
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