Translation of inflammatory in Spanish:


incendiario, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈflæməˌtɔri/ /ɪnˈflamət(ə)ri/

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  • 1

    (arousing anger)
    (speech/remark/writing) incendiario
    (speech/remark/writing) que exalta los ánimos
    (speech/remark/writing) que inflama los ánimos literary
    • Some journalists have attacked the inflammatory speeches of some imams.
    • He was charged with making inflammatory speeches and inciting people to violence.
    • We can only speculate as to why Mr Townend chose to deliver his inflammatory speech when he did.
    • While politicians compete to see who can make the most inflammatory speeches against refugees, the reality is inhuman treatment.
    • In May 1848 he was prosecuted in Dublin for an inflammatory speech but no verdict was returned.
    • They had indeed poured oil on fire by their inflammatory speeches.
    • As my father's hand reaches for the receiver, an inflammatory remark my stepmother says sends him charging back over to her.
    • Police say that, throughout the attacks, the offenders shouted racist and inflammatory remarks to the man.
    • She suggested that the councillor should step down as his remarks were clearly inflammatory.
    • My inflammatory remarks concerning my beloved Bearcats earned me a brief respite from blogging.
    • His inflammatory public remarks against British policy in Ireland caused W. M. Hughes to castigate him as disloyal.
    • It should be clear that I intended to be offensive, obnoxious, and inflammatory.
    • The image here is not particularly inflammatory.
    • It is intended to appear factual, while slipping inflammatory titbits under the radar of whoever is reading it.
    • We need to be able to detect and more consciously control our inflammatory responses.
    • Secondly, the second thing which he did was that some of the speeches he made were quite inflammatory.
    • Though they are not inflammatory, the news articles do paint a bleak picture.
  • 2

    • Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease are idiopathic inflammatory disorders of unknown aetiology.
    • Fistulae may result from localized infection or indicate inflammatory bowel disease.
    • Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease in which your immune system attacks some of your own cells.
    • CF is a chronic inflammatory airway disease that is caused by mutations of the CFTR gene.
    • Records also were reviewed for hospital visits for inflammatory bowel disease.
    • The nature of asthma as a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways has been well recognized.
    • The nonneoplastic gastric mucosa showed inflammatory lesions in some patients.
    • Chronic inflammatory diseases may promote the progression of neoplastic process.
    • This immune complex can activate various inflammatory processes in the body.
    • Asthma is a chronic inflammatory lung disease that causes airways to tighten and narrow.
    • Steroids calm flare-ups of eczema by suppressing the body's inflammatory response.
    • Certain inflammatory diseases can affect your skin, causing rashes and lesions.
    • Chronic inflammatory disease is a well recognised risk factor for the development of gastrointestinal malignancy.
    • Medical research hasn't determined yet what causes inflammatory bowel disease.
    • Biopsy of the ulcers showed non-specific inflammatory cells with no evidence of malignancy or acid-fast bacilli.
    • Apoptosis is the process of cell suicide that enables controlled removal of cells without inducing an inflammatory response.
    • Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease with a diverse clinical presentation.
    • Specific medicines may aggravate the pain of inflammatory disease of the upper gut.
    • Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy is important to recognise because it is treatable.
    • Multiple chronic inflammatory lesions of auricle at sites of previous piercings