Translation of animosity in Spanish:


animosidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˌænəˈmɑsədi/ /ˌanɪˈmɒsɪti/

nounplural animosities

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    animosidad feminine
    animadversión feminine
    animosity against/toward sb animosidad contra/hacia algn
    animadversión contra/hacia algn
    • There is strong animosity between the two groups and each has its own culture and traditions.
    • Wilful misinterpretation of the law has bred animosity and resentment towards disabled people.
    • Yet in spite of this long animosity, Confucianism and Buddhism unite in refusing to take positive law very seriously.
    • He is a gentleman and while we were on opposite sides, there was no animosity.
    • But there is pressure for him to step aside now to clear the air of animosity that hangs over the agency.
    • They still saw each other occasionally and the relationship came to an end without much anger or animosity.
    • Pam says the people are lovely and you encounter very little public animosity about the Vietnam War.
    • The visit heralds the restoration of diplomatic ties after decades of political animosity.
    • Mr Collins told the court he knew there was animosity between families in the street over children playing football.
    • This caused a great deal of animosity between my friend and I, and I have not seen him since, unfortunately.
    • Berlusconi has had to overcome considerable personal animosity towards Chirac to offer him his support.
    • They had faced no animosity before, except the protest a day earlier.
    • It was also a call to shun violence and animosity and to promote universal love and understanding.
    • Cynics argue that the space race was merely an expression of cold-war animosity.
    • The animosity at the time was directed at the principle, rather than the particular person.
    • The history of the recent animosity between the two sides is well documented.
    • To feel animosity for the country as he defines it would indeed be an indication of envy and resentment.
    • He insists he has no animosity towards ordinary Catholic people or nationalists.
    • They say there has been no animosity between them and local Kurds for decades.
    • She said she bore no animosity towards her stepson Gordon for what had happened.