English translation of 'frustrar'
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'frustrar' in Other Languages
British English: blight VERB
If something blights your life or your hopes, it damages and spoils them.
An embarrassing blunder nearly blighted his career before it got off the ground.
British English: foil VERB
If you foil someone's plan or attempt to do something, for example to commit a crime, you succeed in stopping them from doing what they want.
A brave police chief foiled an armed robbery by grabbing the thief's shotgun.
British English: frustrate VERB
If something frustrates you, it upsets or angers you because you are unable to do anything about the problems it creates.
These questions frustrated me.
British English: thwart VERB
If you thwart someone or thwart their plans, you prevent them from doing or getting what they want.
The security forces were doing all they could to thwart terrorists.
Translation of frustrar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary