Traducción de defiance en español:

defiance

Pronunciación /dəˈfaɪəns/ /dɪˈfʌɪəns/

nombre

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    an act of defiance un desafío
    • in defiance of danger/death desafiando el peligro/a la muerte
    • in defiance of her orders haciendo caso omiso de sus órdenes
    • he acted in defiance of the regulations no respetó el reglamento
    • The workers acted in defiance of a Labor Ministry order for mandatory conciliation.
    • For one fleeting moment the world has acted together in defiance of the group, whose isolation is now exposed for all to see.
    • School boards outside Toronto are also edging toward budgeting in defiance of provincial laws.
    • This is in defiance of a government order that Tommy should be investigated for evading the law.
    • The next day, a larger number of vendors swarmed the square in defiance of the authorities.
    • Still the sight of Cassandra's tears forced her to continue in defiance of the facts.
    • Any who fail are to be considered in defiance of This Council and dealt with accordingly.
    • The rally proceeded in defiance of threats of legal action by the government and a massive police presence.
    • Her eyes turned to Beatrice and locked in defiance of her former mistress.
    • Some 5,000 caravans are thought to be on green field or protected land in defiance of planning laws.
    • This growing support for the protests has come in defiance of Germany's official trade unions.
    • The numbers of settlements and settlers continue to increase in defiance of the law.
    • It was a work created in defiance of official notions of good taste and Soviet political correctness.
    • I clamped them together around the brim of my hat, as if in defiance of them being taken.
    • Any structures erected in defiance of this law would be demolished, he warned.