Translation of bearbaiting in Spanish:

bearbaiting

Pronunciation /ˈbɛrˌbeɪdɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    deporte consistente en echarle los perros a un oso
    • With bear-baiting, the bear is chained to a pole and the spectators are locked in the Bear Garden ostensibly for their own protection.
    • Without such ‘interference’ down the ages we'd be now living in a society that celebrates bear-baiting, cock-fighting and organised dog fights.
    • Gorboduc was doing poor business at The Globe, and people were obsessed with cock-fighting and bear-baiting and didn't give a fig for the live theatre.
    • How long before we accept bear-baiting and cock-fighting because it's accepted by certain cultures?
    • If the right to hunt foxes is a question of civil liberties, so is the right to organise bear-baiting and cockfights.
    • Some say that it is nearer to bear-baiting than your actual sport and, I am forced to admit, sometimes blood has been drawn.
    • The council should be aware that enunciating this name has become a pub sport, alongside bar billiards, pool, darts, bear-baiting, dominos and international cricket.
    • By the time of Elizabeth's death in 1603, Tudor England still had bear-baiting, cock-fighting and what were known as bear-gardens.
    • Humanitarians and Evangelicals sought to abolish pastimes such as cock-fighting and bear-baiting.
    • He was interested in social transformation, was anti-slavery, against bear-baiting and badger fighting - he was even relatively pro-women's rights.
    • Southwark has long been the dark side of London, with the southern banks of the Thames home to brothels, bear-baiting and some bloke called William Shakespeare.
    • These appear to be a 21st century version of bear-baiting.
    • Amid the federal election's accusations and recriminations, snake bites and bear-baiting, a bit of mirth did manage to sneak in.
    • Since bear-baiting was abolished they've all gone.
    • Can we have dog-fighting and bear-baiting back please?
    • It has got to be as terrific for the emotional growth of Britain's young people as, say, bear-baiting was for the Elizabethans.
    • The Left are true descendants of Cromwell's Puritans and their attitude to bear-baiting.
    • For English readers, the depictions of the explicit cruelty of forced animal against animal combat may also have been reminiscent of accounts of English bear-baiting and added an element of class bias.
    • Between April and October, the town crier issues a daily proclamation at the High Cross, where in bygone times you would have found bear-baiting, stocks and a whipping post.
    • They made bear-baiting illegal for the pleasure it gave to the spectators.